MILITARY COMMANDERS OF WORLD WAR II. ALLIED AND AXIS. LAST BRITISH SOLDIER TO LEAVE THE SHORES OF DUNKIRK Commander in Chief Middle East. Was the overseer of the allied victory at El Alamein Eisenhower wanted him to command D-Day. Major General Harold Alexander British Expeditionary Force.
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ALLIED AND AXIS
Commander in Chief Middle East
Was the overseer of the allied victory at El Alamein
Eisenhower wanted him to command D-Day.Major General Harold AlexanderBritish Expeditionary Force
Clark was the youngest officer to become Lt. General in 1943
December 1944 he assumed command of the 15th and British and US Armies, putting him in command of all ground troops in ItalyGeneral Mark Wayne Clark
“I shall Return”
Oversaw Invasion forces of Philippines
Not a good Politician.
Accepted Japanese SurrenderDouglas MacArthur
Carried out the Island Hopping campaign that leads through Iwo and Saipan and eventually on to Japan
Drank A LOTChester Nimitz