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Posted on Mar 9, 2012 in Armchair Reading

May 2012 – Patton’s First Victory

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1 Comment

  1. Again with the pro-American mumbo-jumbo. How about something non-World War 2 for a change?

    Or just make it easier for us all and rename the magazine “World War 2 the sequel”.

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