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This Day in WWII 13 January 1941 - 1945


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1941: The Luftwaffe launches a heavy attack against Plymouth.

1941: Hitler demands that Bulgaria joins the Tripartite pact, but the Bulgarians play for time.

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1942: Germans begin a U-boat offensive along east coast of USA.

1942: The allied conference in London pledges to punish axis war criminals after victory.

1942: A Japanese attack just to the east of Mount Natib, begins to pose a threat to the left flank of the US-Filipino 2nd Corps.

1943: The call-up for single girls in Britain is lowered to 19.

1943: General Leclerc's Free French forces merge with the British under Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery in Libya.

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1944: Plants are destroyed and 64 U.S. aircraft are lost in an air attack in Germany.

1944: The Chinese strengthen their position in the Hukawng Valley in northern Burma.

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1945: The Jørstad Bridge is blown up by the Norwegian resistance, killing 70 Germans.

1945: The U.S. First Army attack the Germans between Stavelot and Malmady.

1945: German forces of Army Group E complete their withdrawal from Greece and Albania.

1945: Zhukov's 1st Belorussian Front begins an offensive toward Pillkallen in East Prussia, against which their is stiff resistance from the Third Panzer Army.

1945: The British make further gains in central Burma and are now only 30 miles from Mandalay.

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