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"We have been told that the German Army, which fought so craftily and gave out to our men a share of death in Normandy, is now almost encircled by the great armored columns which broke through and swept around the enemy. But this army does not die easily...You can see the dead cows with their legs in the air and the dead Germans lying in the ditches along the way with faces turned upward toward the sun. You can see the dead Tiger tanks, burned out and rusty-red...The German 7th Army is dying."

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The Death of the German Seventh Army (Yank Magazine, 1944)

The Death of the German Seventh Army (Yank Magazine, 1944)

The Death of the German Seventh Army (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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