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He was the Supreme Commander of all Allied military forces in Europe.

AnswerDwight Eisenhower was an important general in WWII. He was the Supreme Commander of Allied (anti-German) forces in the lead up to D-Day and in the actual landings in Normandy. He was also in Command of Allied forces at the Battle of the Bulge.
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