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Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe


Maj. Gen. Frederic H. Smith (January 1941 - ?)
Maj. Gen. Robert C. Richardson, Jr. (July 1941 - ?)
Lt. Gen. J. Lawton Collins (Feb 1944 - ?)

Assignments: [Partial List]

First Army

Divisions: [Partial List]

1st Infantry, 2nd Infantry, 4th Infantry, 8th Infantry, 9th Infantry, 30th Infantry, 35th Infantry, 69th Infanty, 75th Infantry, 78th Infantry, 79th Infantry, 83rd Infantry, 84th Infantry, 86th Infantry, 90th Infantry, 99th Infantry, 104th Infantry, 2nd Armored, 3rd Armored, 5th Armored, 7th Armored, 8th Armored, 9th Armored, 82nd Airborne, 101st Airborne


Blue and white roman number "VII" in red seven-pointed star on green circular background.


Mission Accomplished: The Story of the Campaigns of the VII Corps United States Army in the War Against Germany, 1944-1945, Germany, 1945.


External Link: Mission Accomplished [http://members.aol.com/WWII7th/index.html]


U.S. Army World War II Corps Commanders: A Composite Biography, Dr. Robert H. Berlin.
U.S. Armored Division, The European Theater of Operations 1944-1945, Steven J. Zaloga, Osprey Publ., 2004.


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