Pershing was committed to this second decision by his prior decision to deploy the AEF as an independent corps.
We learn more about Pershing's postwar speech-making than we ever learned about his wartime war-making.
Shortly after the wedding, Pershing was promoted to brigadier-general, overstepping 835 more senior officers.
As commander of the American Expeditionary Force, Pershing made two all-important and bitterly controversial decisions.
These two great decisions, the most momentous of Pershing's life, occupy about four pages of Gene Smith's book.
It is not difficult to trace the source of the inspiration of Pershing's life.
At one minute to 11 Pershing appeared at the top of the stand.
The demands of trench service eventually led to the design of what was called the Pershing shoe.
General Pershing was strongly opposed to the granting of an armistice.
She tossed a bit of bacon to Pershing who muffed it and retrieved it with only slight damage to the pink roses on the rug.