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Robert K. Wilcox

Special Guest

Biography:

Robert K. Wilcox is the award-winning, bestselling author of such military works as Wings of Fury, Japan's Secret War, and Black Aces High. In addition to his writing for film and television, he has reported for The New York Times, contributed to the Miami Herald's Tropic magazine as well as numerous other publications, and was an editor at the Miami News. During the Vietnam War, he served as an Air Force information officer.

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Assassination of General Patton

Investigative journalist Robert Wilcox provided startling new evidence that shows General George S. Patton was assassinated. According to Wilcox, the powers that be in the United States (and perhaps even in the USSR) regarded Patton as a "loose cannon." Patton held staunchly anti-Stalin/anti-Soviet views and was ready to wage war against Russia, he explained. This at a time when the... More »

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