A Second Panel Dedicated to the European- African- and Middle East Campaigns.

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2011-12-13

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This panel also tells the story of the European- African and Middle East Campaigns. Shown on this panel The German Defeat at Stalingrad US Troops Land in Italy The Battle of the Bulge, Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps and much more.

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New Jersey World War II Memorial, The Panel for the European African and Middle Eastern Campaigns, Story Walls of New Jersey's World War II Memorial, New Jersey's World War II Memorial, World War II Memorial, Veterans Memorial, World War II, American History, History, Trenton, New Jersey State House, Mercer County, The Delaware Region, New Jersey, NJ, Jersey, The Garden State

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