“Seeing the battle through the opponent's eyes is the most dramatic way of seeing it. It is different in one important respect from looking at it through the opposite end of the telescope. For instead of being minimized, the picture is magnified with startling vividness.”—B. H. Liddell Hart (famed British military historian) Many books have been written about Gen. George S. Patton Jr. This is the book that hasn't: this is General George S. Patton Jr. as seen through the eyes of his enemies, the opposing German commanders. The thrust of this book is the enemy's perspective on Patton, America's most famous and highly respected commander of World War II, and his battles.