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Main : Packard during WWII :  General Douglas MacArthur standing with five other soldiers at Camp Strathpine, 1944

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General Douglas MacArthur standing with five other soldiers at Camp Strathpine, 1944
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"General Douglas MacArthur was inspecting the U.S. Army's 1st Cavalry Division shortly before the division was sent to New Guinea in January, 1944. The two stars on the front of the Packard vehicle indicate that it was assigned to a Major General and the four star flag on the front bonnet show that MacArthur was a passenger."


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