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By Michael Green

Follow each aspect of Patton's activities in the course of Germany's well-known WWII counteroffensive. From the assaults of the fifth and sixth Panzer Armies at Schnee Eifel and St. Vith to the third military offensive that pressured the Rhine River, the authors catch all the serious activities of either Allied and German troops, targeting the recognized normal who led the yankee forces.

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