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Dachau
Finding the Dachau Concentration Camp

A member of the 45th Division vividly recalls April 29, 1945, the day he took part in the liberation of the Nazis’ notorious concentration camp at Dachau, and the occupation of Munich.

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Remagen
The Battle of Remagen: the Boat Units Responsible for Crossing the Rhine

Although combat troops usually get all the attention, the U.S. Army’s crossings of the Rhine River in March 1945 would not have been possible without the heroic efforts of the unheralded U.S. Navy and Coast Guard boatmen.

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Pork Chop Hill
Lemberg, France: A Bloody Lesson, and a Success at Unsustainable Cost

A small but determined German force stalled the advance of the 100th Infantry Division in France’s wintry Vosges Mountains.

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