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    The Fascist American Right – Part II

    Posted on November 10, 2010


    Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander

    A study of the high-level command of Allied forces in northwest Europe (1944-45) penned by Forrest Pogue, with access to the minutes of the Combined Chiefs of Staff Conferences, War Department and SHAEF (Supreme Headquarters and Allied Expeditionary Force) files and personal papers of General Eisenhower, addressed the question on many Americans’ minds at the end of World War II.

    That study, published by the Department of the Army and delivered before a session of the American Historical Association on December 28, 1951, was entitled, “Why Eisenhower’s Forces Stopped at the Elbe.” In a nod to allegations that “Roosevelt promised Berlin and Prague to the Russians at Yalta and that General Eisenhower fulfilled a political bargain by stopping his armies at the Elbe” (allegations leveled by Joseph McCarthy), the study concluded that “careful examination of the Supreme Commander’s actions indicate that he halted his troops short of Berlin and Prague for military reasons only.”


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