Mark Clark Net Worth | Weight, Height

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For 25.04.2021 – We have next information about Mark Clark earnings, net worth: $756,036 Dollars*

Source of income: Actors.

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Birth date and age: May 1, 1896, Madison Barracks, Sackets Harbor, New York, United States

Death date: April 17, 1984, Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Profession:Actor

Children:William Clark, Patricia Ann ClarkBooks:Calculated risk, From the Danube to the Yalu, Leaving Home

Height, Weight

How tall is Mark Clark – 1,83m.**
How much weight is Mark Clark – 89kg**
**We have a new information about height&weight of Mark Clark. It was submitted by Camile, 42 years old. Job: (Timber Packer). From Palmerton, Pennsylvania.

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Summary

Mark Wayne Clark (May 1, 1896 – April 17, 1984) was an American general during World War II and the Korean War and was the youngest lieutenant general (three-star general) in the U.S. Army.During World War I, he commanded a company of soldiers in 1917 and was seriously wounded by shrapnel. After the war, Clark’s abilities were noticed by future U.S. Army Chief of Staff George Marshall. During World War II, he commanded the Allied Fifth Army, and later the Fifteen Army Group, in the Italian campaign. He is known for leading the Fifth Army in its capture of Rome in June 1944.Clark has been heavily criticized for ignoring the orders of his superior officer, General Harold Alexander, and is to blame for the escape of the German 10th Army which he let slip away in his pursuit of being the first to enter Rome – a strategically unimportant city. The German 10th Army joined with their countrymen at the Trasimene Line. In 1945 Clark became the youngest American to be promoted to general.General Dwight D. Eisenhower considered him a brilliant staff officer and trainer. Clark was awarded many medals, including the Distinguished Service Cross, the U.S. Army&#39, s second highest award.One legacy of the &quot, Clark task force&quot, which he headed from 1953-55 to recommend on all Federal intelligence activities, is coining the term Intelligence Community.

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