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ISSUE No. 130

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THE BATTLE FOR LEIPZIG. Remembrance Spindle Commemorated. From the Editor - Readers' letters and follow-up stories on previous issues.

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THE BATTLE FOR LEIPZIG Leipzig, 85 miles south-west of Berlin, was one of the last big German cities to be captured by the American army in World War II. The battle for Leipzig lasted for two days — April 18-20, 1945 — and involved two American infantry divisions which captured the city after a concentric attack from three directions. Remembrance Spindle Commemorated - Jean Paul Pallud describes the commemoration of the clandestine Allied parachutists who jumped in the Alps during the Second World War. From the Editor - Readers' letters and follow-up stories on previous issues.

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