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The film, Top Command Field Commanders: Omar N. Bradley and George S. Patton, Jr., is a documentary hosted by General John S. D. Eisenhower and centers on reviewing the fascinating military careers of Omar Bradley and George Patton, Jr. From North Africa to the great battlefields of Europe, their collective genious and courage helped drive America towards the winning of World War II. The personalities of these two famous American generals could not be more opposite in nature. General Bradley was often referred to as a G.I.'s general and was both soft-spoken and humble in the carrying out his duties. General Patton on the other hand was far more colorful in nature and was both headstrong and fearlessly aggressive in the conducting of his duties. This documentary film combines authentic military footage with expert commentary by the program's host, General Jogn S.D. Eisenhower. In then end, this rare collector's video is sure to be treasured by any amrchair general or military historian. Note: this video was the former property of the Rochester Hills, MI public library and was purchased through a recent book sale. Hosted by General S.D. Eisenhower. Full screen in black and white and color. Released in 1996. Runtime approximately 55 minutes.