Relieved of command for abusing a pair of soldiers in Sicily, Patton is used as a decoy during the invasion of Normandy. As the Allies finally break out of .
Pattons bloody brutal drive to Messina leaves historians wondering if he was obsessed with beating the British. In this campaign Patton slaps and verbally .
Despite the conservative orders of his commanders Patton strives to destroy the German army before it can escape through the Falaise Gap and regroup east of .
As a ruse to fool the Germans about D-Day, Patton commands a fictitious army in England. Only after the invasion succeeds is he finally able to lead the .