World Battlefronts: U. S. Offensive

Battle of Europe "We are going to get on the offensive and do it at the earliest possible moment," said old Secretary Stimson in Washington.

"The time for action is near," General Marshall told the A.E.F. in Northern Ireland: "Inevitably there will be American troops in Commando raids."

"From here out the only problem is fighting," added Harry Hopkins, the President's right-hand man. "It is nonsense to worry about the morale of the people. Now is the time to fight the enemy on land, on sea, and in the air."


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