General Mark W Clark WWII
General Mark W. Clark, a general during WW II and the Korean War (or Korean Conflict, as it was called), was the youngest 3 star General in the Army. He was best known for the invasion of north Africa and the campaign in Italy.
Here, he's shown meeting with Marshal Sir Guy Garrod, General Alfred M. Gruenther, and General Donald W. Brann, in Italy. General Clark is in the center, facing the camera.
Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, photo by Staff Sgt. S. Elson.
- Album: Italy