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The Generals: American Military Command from World War II Oct 30, 2012The Generals: American Military Command from World War II The Generals. In the list below you will find the generals categorized by each nation and then alphabetical by last name. Listed are those who held a generals rank during active service during World War II, but it also includes a number of retired generals with high political appointments.41 The machinery used by the American military services in co-ordinating their efforts in World War II, though scarcely all that could have been desired, was far more fully developed than any comparable system in the sphere of total national policy. 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