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Daily Quiz for November 8, 2012


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Originally published on HistoryNet.com. Published Online: November 08, 2012 
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Two military officers in American history, George Washington and this man, held the rank of General of the Armies of the United States.

  • Dwight Eisenhower
  • John Pershing
  • Ulysses Grant
  • Douglas MacArthur
 


3 Responses to “Daily Quiz for November 8, 2012”


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    H. Davis says:

    This answer to this quiz is only partially correct. A six star rank was proposed but never approved in the U.S. Army. To denote his rank, General Pershing chose to wear four golden stars (vice silver) and no law or legislation every specified anything different even though it placed this grade above the five star General of the Army grade.

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    cody hughes says:

    The great John Joseph Pershing

  3. 3
    Rudy says:

    Every school kids should know this, but most likely don't. Most adults cannot answer this either.



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