Unlike some of the other commanders in WWII such as MacArthur and Patton, , General Eisenhower maintained his modesty, wearing a simple military uniform without decorations. In 1944 he received a personal letter from his older brother, Edgar, complaining about all the unwelcomed publicity the family was receiving from the press because of Ike's fame. In this candid response to Edgar, the General explains his low-key leadership style and takes an indirect swipe at MacArthur with his reference to "glory grabbing." The letter is signed, "Dwight"