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"In two full-dress interviews in Paris and Washington, General Dwight D. Eisenhower talked about some of the high spots of the campaign for Europe and about certain post-VE-Day questions. It's been generally agreed that the interviews were pretty historic. Here are highlights of the general's talks to the press in the two Allied capitals..."

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General Eisenhower Q & A (Yank  Magazine, 1945)

General Eisenhower Q & A (Yank  Magazine, 1945)

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