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Attached herein is a chatty Eisenhower article that primarily concerns the plans for the Allied occupation of Germany, coupled with every American soldier's wish to simply get in boats and go home:

"I'm just as bad off as any GI today," General Eisenhower said quietly. "I don't want to be here. I'm 54 years old and I lead a kind of lonely life."

The third paragraph makes reference to a "pretty British secretary named Lt. Kay Summersby".

- -To read more 1940s articles about General Eisenhower, click here.

Statistical data concerning the U.S. Army casualties in June and July of 1944 can be read in this article.

From Amazon: "Past Forgetting: My Love Affair with Dwight Eisenhower"_by_Kay Summersby

     


A Post-War Interview With Ike (Yank, 1945)

A Post-War Interview With Ike (Yank, 1945)

A Post-War Interview With Ike (Yank, 1945)

A Post-War Interview With Ike (Yank, 1945)

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