SOURCE: Media Matters
Several historians who have researched Patton's life told Media Matters no real evidence exists to support O'Reilly's claim that the general's death was the result of a conspiracy by former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Richard Cohen
"How O’Reilly could have written 335 pages on Patton and not have mentioned his repellentanti-Semitism and its impact on the DPs is beyond me."
"Killing Patton" will be published on Sept. 23.
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