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Eisenhower And Berlin 1945: The Decision To Halt At The Elbe [Paperback]

Stephen E Ambrose
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OF ALL THE FACTORS that influenced General Dwight D. Eisenhower's decision to stop at the Elbe River, few were more important than one brought about on March 7 by accident. Read the first page
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