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In Europe, the Supreme Commander of the Allied forces was Dwight. D. Eisenhower. In the Pacific, there was no 'supreme commander,' rather, there were regional commanders such as Chester W. Nimitz, Douglas MacArthur, Joseph Stilwell, and Lord Louis Mountbatten.

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