Salem-News.com - October 22, 2014 - 2:39 pm

General Patton’s Dogface Soldier of WWII

By Private Phil “Dogface” Leveque
Who tells what others do not!

The Best Kept Secrets of World War II


"The first casualty of war is not truth, but reason."

"Nothing really prepares one for war."

"Sitting in a foxhole; the worst is watching and waiting.
The war is never over."


$15.00

Order now! Send check or money order to:

Dogface Tales
Box 348
Molalla, OR. 97038


Read the first-hand account of a WWII Infantryman in his own words!

"Being in Patton's Third Army was a mixed blessing. Everybody knew about the swashbuckling, profane theatrical General. The men at the front of his attacking battle sword spoke of him as Old Blood and Guts - Our Blood and His Guts. He seemed to expect more from his troops and officers than any other General. Many of his Divisions had the highest casualty rates. Our introduction to the Third Army was enough to scare even the most Gung Ho Infantryman."


Order General Patton's Dogface Soldier now!
Send $15.00 check or money order to:

Dogface Tales
Box 348
Molalla, OR. 97038

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Phillip Leveque was a college graduate in chemistry and volunteered for the Army. He was trained in chemical Warfare but was sent to the Infantry to become a scout - the most dangerous job. He walked from Luxembourg to Czeckoslaovakia mostly under fire. After the war, he was sent to Eisenhower's Headquarters to be a statistician in Public Health. He is a retired Physician and Medical School Professor. He lives south of Portland, Oregon.

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