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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Many of them thought the war was over. They were on the way to Berlin. Hitler's Third Reich would soon be history.


Then came the German attack, and GIs weren't sure they'd survive another day - much less the next 68 years - to see comrades at a reunion and to tour the home of their former supreme commander, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower.

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