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044 Gela_Beachhead_fixed
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045 The_Neck_of_the_Gap
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046 Ring_around_Aachen
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047 The_Bridge_at_Chambois
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048 To_Save_Bastogne
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049 Crisis_at_Kasserine
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050 The_Road_to_Oosterbeek
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079 Breaking The Line
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080 Chain of Command
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081 The Last Stand
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082 Road to Ruin
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083 Geneva Convention
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084 Blood on the Mountain
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085 D-Day_Scenario_Mederet
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086 3 Bridges
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087 A Bridge to Far
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088 A Key for the Gate
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089 A Nasty surprise
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090 A Simple Job (Revised)
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091 A Town Matter
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