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  • “Denn diese werden an unbestandenen Orten durch die Leine niedergezogen,” Lenz; sunelkontai conj.

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  • There, they took positions on the hills overlooking Leine, and set up to cover the crossing of the other allied troops.

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  • Engineers had repaired the Russian bridges on the Leine, and Mackall was about to move his tanks east to support the mechanized troops guarding the rubble that was Alfeld.

    Red Storm Rising

  • The bridges on the Leine were being destroyed almost as fast as they could be repaired.

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  • His men had to race through the enemy lines as quickly as possible in order to seize the bridges on the Leine.

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  • A minute later, they crossed the Leine north of Alfeld.

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  • He now had a full fighting division across the Leine-the remains of one, he corrected himself.

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  • The Germans already had Gronau, and the Russian forces east of the Leine were now cut off from their supplies.

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  • The new commander had staged a successful forced river crossing, putting another two regiments of mechanized infantry on the far bank, and now three ribbon bridges were being built across the Leine-or at least a spirited attempt was under way to build them, despite murderous artillery fire from NATO units.

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  • The Americans in their Bradley tracked vehicles avoided the town entirely, hurrying down the right bank of the Leine and crossing to the other side in good order.

    Red Storm Rising

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