PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Dec. 6, 1954

¶Major General Charles T. (for Trueman) Lanham, 52, famed as the "prototype" for Ernest Hemingway's Montgomery*—gulping Colonel Richard Cantwell of Across the River and Into the Trees, was named president of Market Relations Network, Inc., Manhattan publicity firm. A West Pointer, "Buck" Lanham was given command of the 4th Infantry Division's 22nd Regiment shortly after Dday. The division, with Hemingway attached to it as a correspondent, saw plenty of action (e.g., the Normandy breakthrough, Hurtgen Forest, the Bulge), and Lanham received a chestful of decorations, including the Distinguished Service Cross. After...

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