The grave of Gen. George S. Patton in the American Battle Monuments Cemetery in Luxembourg. Visited here in 2002.
General George S. Patton Jr. 1885-1945 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett
General George S. Patton Jr. (1885-1945), U.S. Army General, with ivory handled pistols visible, Sicily, Italy, 1943.
Dennis Weaver-Navy-WW2-served as a pilot (Actor) photo:middle of back row
A military photo of Audie Murphy The most decorated soilder in WWII. His story was told in the movie To Hell and Back in which he Starred in playing himself.
File:Wounded-on wayto-hospital-RG-208-AA-158-A-015.jpg Patton talking to wounded soldiers being evacuated
General George Pattons grave at The American Military Cemetary in Luxembourg
Luxembourg Memorial Grave site where General George S. Patton still looks out over his men.
Grave Marker- James Longstreet, Confederate general. Longstreet's remains are buried in Alta Vista Cemetery. He outlived most of his detractors, and was one of only a few general officers from the Civil War to live into the 20th century.