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The Greatest POW Escape in American History

Greatest Escape in American History

by Stephen Dando-Collins Eisenhower’s aide, Patton’s son-in-law, Hemingway’s son: The Greatest POW Escape in American History Tall, thin Lieutenant Craig D. Campbell, from Austin, Texas was among the first Americans to arrive at the Nazi’s Oflag 64 POW camp at Schubin,

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Eisenhower on D-Day Success— And In Case of Failure

General Eisenhower with Troops

By Callie Oettinger   Additional Reading: Eisenhower: A Soldier’s Life by Carlo D’Este “D’Este’s thorough research and careful analysis show us an Eisenhower feeling his way into command.” —Chicago Tribune “A distinguished historian of World War II . . . Not

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