NATO: Ike's Men

The men of the U.S. 4th Division who landed in Germany last week had moved into camps in the U.S. zone and were getting ready for their job. The first installment of the 100,000-man U.S. expeditionary force promised NATO Commander Ike Eisenhower this year, the 4th (with some contingents still on the way) was wrapped into the U.S. Seventh Army of about 90,000 U.S. soldiers already in Germany, under Lieut. General Manton S. Eddy, one of George Patton's World War II corps commanders. Other units already on the ground as occupation troops:...

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