World Battlefronts: Old Soldier

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Spanish moss drooped from the big trees in the gloomy forest; where the country was open, sluggish streams meandered through marshes. Stolid, patient Lieut. General Walter Krueger was expecting an attack. He got it. His opponent's armor knifed into the center of Krueger's positions. It looked bad for Krueger's army. But when the armor tried to exploit its advantage, Krueger capitalized on the water-broken terrain, threw in his air force and destroyed the armor. With air power and airborne infantry, he cut the foe's communications. Then he turned his cavalry loose:...

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