The Bavarian town where US troops are life and soul

Grafenwöhr (Germany) (AFP) – When the United States said it would be withdrawing troops from Germany earlier this year, shockwaves rippled through the country — but nowhere more than in the Bavarian town of Grafenwoehr. For the town located on the edge of the most important US army base in Europe, hope was revived in November by the election of Democrat Joe Biden as the next US president. But much remains at stake for the community known as “Little America”, whose prosperity has depended on the presence of US troops since the end of World War II 75 years ago. “Grafenwoehr is nothing without t…

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