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Nazi diehard and fanatics fight to the last man to stop Allied forces from freeing Europe, keeping an unrelenting grip on the naval bases, citadels and fortresses of occupied Europe.

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Allied generals jostle for the honor to be the first to cross the Rhine River; Adolf Hitler has ordered that no bridge is to fall into Allied hands; so when an opportunity arises, a race is on to capture a bridge -- and change the course of the war.
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Allied forces launch a surprise airborne attack behind Nazi lines in September 1944.
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Calgary Highlanders launch a diversionary attack against the Walcheren Causeway; with the Germans distracted, Allied Commandos carry out an amphibious assault on Walcheren Island, the final Nazi stronghold guarding the port.
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Americans fight to oust Nazi forces and complete the liberation of France in January 1945.
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U.S. forces fight to the death against Adolf Hitler's massive surprise offensive to slow the Nazi advance allowing for the legendary defense of Bastogne, Belgium.
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After breaking through, an American regiment is surrounded by Nazi forces; cut off from food, reinforcements and medical care, the saga of the Lost Battalion begins.
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Allied forces siege Nazi paratroopers to capture a desperately needed deep-water port.
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As winter sets in, U.S. Rangers must capture Hill 400, a strategic peak on the German border.
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The Allies must capture a French abbey held by a Nazi unit accused of war crimes.
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German and American soldiers fight together to save French prisoners from Nazi troops.

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