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By JIM ADKINS, Guest Columnist
The autumn and winter of 1944 was a time of some of the bloodiest battles in human history as the allies fought Nazi Germany in France and Belgium. Oftentimes during the battles, German and American lines would be so close that they would actually cross each other.
American units would be behind German lines and the Germans would be intertwined next to U.S. Army outfits.
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