Double Victory: Minorities and Women During World War II
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Antitank dragon's teeth along the Siegfried Line



Walking among antitank obstacles, called dragon's teeth, are British field marshalls Sir Bernard L. Montgomery (left) and Sir Alan Brooke (second from left), Prime Minister Winston Churchill (second from right), and U.S. Gen. William H. Simpson (right) in March of 1945. The Gemans referred to their defensive line as West Wall, though the Allies named it the Siegfried Line after a similar defensive line from World War I.

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