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By Marty Rosen
On Christmas Eve in 1945, General George S. Patton was buried, at the request of his wife, under a plain white cross in Luxembourg alongside some 6,000 soldiers who had served with him during his Third Army’s crucial drive through France and the Battle of the Bulge a year e...