George Patton Liberates Death Camp

Buchenwald Network! Ohrdurf sub camp! 21,000 Prisioners!

Old Blood and Guts has done it again!

We've all heard the story of how Lieutenant Patton took down Pancho Villa, and Commanded America's first tank brigade in the first Great War. The Old General Pushed his men for ten straight days to reach Germany and along the course, encountered a prision with a stench that stretched for miles.

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Ohrdruf Sub Camp

Created in November, 1944 near the town of Gotha. It was liberated on April 14, 1945 by soldiers of Patton's 4th division, which included Barak Obama's great uncle. After the camp was liberated Patton sent for Eisenhower, and they both mutally agreed that the world needed to know the severity of the situation immediately.

George S. Patton

Born: November 11, 1885

Died: December 21, 1945

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