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Patton 360 documents the battles and leadership of one of the armies most famous hard driving generals. You will relive those famous battles of World War II with Patton and the units under his command in Morocco, North Africa, Sicily as well as the numerous other battles in Europe.

The producers bring this documentary to life with archived footage and reenactments. You will also hear interviews from many World War II veterans, enlisted men, retired officers and historians as they talk about one of the greatest war strategists of all time.

Follow Patton to victory as he invades North Africa and rolls triumphantly into Casa Blanca. Be there as Patton cuts through France to within 60 miles of the German border at an unbelievable pace. Feel the agony as Patton is relieved of his command for almost a year for the slapping of two soldiers. Watch as the reinstated Patton frees the prisoners of the Ohrdruf death camp.

Patton 360 is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on April 10, 2009.

Patton 360 is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Patton 360 on demand atApple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, History Vault, The Roku Channel, iTunes online.

1 Season, 10 Episodes
April 10, 2009
Documentary & Biography
Cast: David Robb, E.J. Snyder, Bryan Stefancyk, Martin K.A. Morgan
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Patton 360 Full Episode Guide

  • With the German Army again in full retreat, Patton and his men are ordered to break through the vaunted Siegfried Line and cross into Germany.

  • As Patton's men prepare to cross the Rhine River into Germany, other American units in Belgium are completely shattered by a German counterattack, kicking off the Battle of the Bulge.

  • The slow but brutal slugfest in Lorraine continues as Patton orders his men to take the heavily fortified city of Metz.

  • The Lorraine campaign of 1944 is recalled where the Third Army gained territory, but slowly compared to previous campaigns for the general.

  • A recollection of the removal of command of Patton following the slapping incident and subsequent orders, after the Invasion of Normandy, when he covered a lot of ground using the German's blitzkrieg tactics.

  • A recollection of Patton's 7th Army as they capture Palermo and had a victory in Messina during he 1943 progressions in Italy, which were bittersweet as Patton was reprimanded for slapping the face of a soldier who was suffering battle fatigue.

  • A chronicle of Patton's 7th Army in which he commanded as the Allies invaded Sicily in 1943. Fought from July to August, this amphibious and airborne campaign was know as code-name "Operation Husky."

  • A recollection of the May 1943 victory for the Allies in North Africa.

  • This episode will feature the beginning of the 1942 North African Campaign, and a study of the 1943 Battle of Kasserine Pass.