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American History

 

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Louis W

 

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January 12, 2014

 

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University

 

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Some troops had seen combat in North Africa and Sicily, but most were untested, fresh from the training camps of North America. They were here to join an Allied army to become part of the largest invasion force in history. Seeing them, the British were encouraged by their numbers. The island had been at war for four long years and now the Americans had arrived...
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The war had been going on since 1939 and they were tired. Their soldiers had been fighting a very long and difficult war. On January 16, 1944, General Dwight D. Eisenhower arrived in England to assume supreme command of the Allied expeditionary forces. He had not led troops to combat, but he possessed an extraordinary talent for planning and military diplomacy...
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