- Category : 1885-births
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 2/4 - Hermit / Opportunist
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Explanation 4
American military commander of forces in WW II who served under General Eisenhower as a command officer in Morocco. Patton was a tactician and practitioner of mobile tank warfare during WW II. Eventually, he made it to the rank of General.
A colorful and dramatic man, he had a movie made of his life.
He died of injuries suffered in a car accident on 12/21/1945, Heidelberg. He believed he had lived other lives, always as a warrior. Patton had been, he claimed, a Greek soldier, a Roman legionnaire, a Scottish Highlander, a trooper with Napoleon. Once, when visiting a Roman amphitheater, he felt so sure he had been there before that he swore he could "smell the sweat of Caesar's legions."