Statistics for Famous U.S. Generals

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Answer Stats

When Hint Answer % Correct
Revolutionary WarTop American commanderGeorge Washington
91%
Civil WarTop Union commander at the end of the Civil WarUlysses S. Grant
91%
Civil WarConfederate commander of the Army of Northern VirginiaRobert E. Lee
91%
WWIISupreme Allied commander in EuropeDwight D. Eisenhower
90%
Civil WarConfederate general known as "Stonewall"Thomas Jackson
85%
Indian WarsFormerly a general, this Lieutenant Colonel had a "last stand"
at the Battle of the Little Bighorn
George Armstrong
Custer
78%
WWII and KoreaPacific Theater general who was made de-facto
ruler of Japan after the war
Douglas MacArthur
76%
WWIIKnown as "Old Blood and Guts", this Third Army commander
drove his forces deep into Germany
George S. Patton
75%
Civil WarUnion general who marched to the sea, burning
Atlanta along the way
William Tecumseh
Sherman
70%
Revolutionary WarGeneral who betrayed the Americans to fight for the BritishBenedict Arnold
70%
Revolutionary WarFrench nobleman who fought for the AmericansMarquis de {Lafayette}
57%
Gulf WarTop Gulf War general, known as "Stormin' Norman"Norman Schwarzkopf
51%
WWIIAdmiral who commanded the Pacific FleetChester Nimitz
39%
Civil WarConfederate general who led a futile charge at GettysburgGeorge Pickett
37%
WWITop U.S. commander of WWI. His frontal assaults
led to unnecessarily high U.S. casualties.
John J. Pershing
34%
Civil WarIneffective commander of the Army of Potomac who was fired by
Lincoln and then ran against him in the 1864 election
George B. McClellan
33%
Civil WarBrilliant Confederate cavalry commander whose legacy was
stained by serving as Grand Wizard of the KKK
Nathan Bedford Forrest
29%
WWII and KoreaKnown as "The G.I.'s general", he fought in Normandy and was
later the top U.S. commander in the Korean War
Omar Bradley
23%
VietnamTop U.S. general in Vietnam from 1964 - 1968William {Westmoreland}
23%
WWII, Korea,
Vietnam
This Air Force general oversaw the strategic bombing of Japan and
also wanted to bomb North Vietnam back to the "Stone Age"
Curtis LeMay
13%

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