American general who commanded the U.S. Army in North Africa during World War II.
His original goal was to study law, but he pivoted and embarked upon what would become a long and distinguished military career.
He led more than one million U.S. troops against Adolf Hitler during World War II.
He graduated in 1910 from Moberly High School, where he had served as captain of the baseball and football teams.
His parents were named Mary Elizabeth Hubbard and John Smith Bradley.
- The meaning of the name Bradley: From The Broad Meadow