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As the Battle of the Bulge reached its conclusion and the Germans resumed their retreat, British General Bernard Law Montgomery (1887 1976) held a press conference in which he praised the fighting abilities and the leadership skills of all those Americans who resisted the German onslaught in the Ardennes:

"But when all is said and done, I shall always feel that Rundstedt was really beaten by the good fighting qualities of the American soldier..."

     


Kind Words from Field Marshall Montgomery (Newsweek Magazine, 1945)

Kind Words from Field Marshall Montgomery (Newsweek Magazine, 1945)

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