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Citation: Pettinger, Tejvan. “Heroes of World War II”, Oxford, UK, updated, 23 January, 2015 Only in the spring of 1940 did Hitler's forces resume action, conquering Denmark, Norway, the Low Countries, and France. They would fight bravely for the liberation of their homeland and for their right to be American citizens. Food crimes involving abuse of the rationing system were severely punished, not infrequently by shooting. The third echelon would then pursue the fleeing enemy forces and complete the assigned objectives.

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