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General __ led the Third Army into Paris to liberate the city from German occupation. A) George Patton B) George Marshall C) Douglas MacArthur D) Dwight D. Eisenhower
General George Patton led the Third Army into Paris to liberate the city from German occupation.
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General George Patton led the Third Army into Paris to liberate the city from German occupation.
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