Did the Americans take a Beating at the Maginot and Siegfried lines?

Some estimates are as high as 100,000 Americans  killed in the area of the Siegfried and Maginot lines (opposite sides of the border). There were a total of 418,000 Americans killed in WW2.  That being said it appears that 20-25% of American  losses happened at these concrete fortifications on the French and German border.  What more needs to be said?

The prophecy shown to William Branham included this:“How that the Americas would go to war with Germany, they’d take an awful beating at a place called, a great line where there would be concrete fortified in there, I believe it’s called the Siegfried Line. And there’s one called Maginot, I believe that was the French. Was that right? And the Siegfried Line was the German line. And the Lord let me see that, eleven years before it was built(referring to the forced labor crews rehabilitating the line-Ed). And they never would admit getting a beating on it, the Americans wouldn’t, till they almost sunk the complete army.” ~Shalom 64-0112 Sierra Vista, AZ

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