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ETOUSA

Overview page. Subjects: Second World War.

(European Theatre of Operations, United States Army)

was the administrative HQ for the build-up of US troops in the UK (BOLERO). Initially commanded by Maj-General Eisenhower, it...

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ETOUSA

Overview page. Subjects: Second World War.

(European Theatre of Operations, United States Army)

was the administrative HQ for the build-up of US troops in the UK (BOLERO). Initially commanded by Maj-General Eisenhower, it...

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ETOUSA

M. R. D. Foot.

in The Oxford Companion to World War II

January 2001; p ublished online January 2003 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Second World War. 81 words.

was the administrative HQ for the build-up of US troops in the UK (BOLERO). Initially commanded by Maj-General Eisenhower,

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Devers, General Jacob (1887–1979)

M. R. D. Foot.

in The Oxford Companion to World War II

January 2001; p ublished online January 2003 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Second World War. 125 words.

(1887–1979),

US Army officer whose administrative ability led to quick promotion. By May 1943 he was commanding ETOUSA

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Ground Force Replacement System

M. R. D. Foot.

in The Oxford Companion to World War II

January 2001; p ublished online January 2003 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Second World War. 186 words.

US Army organization formed in the European Theatre of Operations (ETOUSA) in January 1944 to replace casualties during

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General Jacob Devers

Overview page. Subjects: Second World War.

(1887–1979),

US Army officer whose administrative ability led to quick promotion. By May 1943 he was commanding ETOUSA with the rank of lt-general and at the end of 1943 he ...

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Ground Force Replacement System

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US Army organization formed in the European Theatre of Operations (ETOUSA) in January 1944 to replace casualties during the fighting in north-west Europe. The average combat replacement, or...

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