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1944
 
1944
 
January
 
January
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24--Anzio is captured.
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February
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1--American Forces land on the Marshall Islands.
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16--American Forces attack Truk.
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May
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9--Russian troops re-take Sebastopol.
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June
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5--Allied Forces occupy Rome.
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6--Allied Forces invade France, landing on the beaches of Normandy.
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13--First Flying-bomb launched against England.
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27--Cherbourg taken.
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August
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23--Paris is liberated.
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September
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3--Brussels is liberated.
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10--Luxembourg liberated.
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11--American Forces invade Germany.
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12--Harve capitulated.
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17--Airborne landing at Arnhem.
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19--Brest surrendered.
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October
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1--Calais taken by Allied Forces.
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November
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10--First V.2. landed in England.
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12--R.A.F. sink the "Tirpitz".
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December
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3--"Stand Down" of the Home Guard.
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[photograph]
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THE RT. HON. WINSTON CHURCHILL
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[photograph]
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GENERAL "IKE" EISENHOWER
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1945
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January
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17--Russians liberate Warsaw
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February
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7--Big Three Meeting at Yalta.
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March
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20--Mandalay re-taken by Allied Forces.
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23--British troops cross the Rhine.
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April
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12--Death of President Roosevelt.
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26--Bremen surrenders to the British Second Army.
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29--Venice and Milan captured.
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German armies surrendered in Italy; Benito Mussolini executed.
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May
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Fourteenth Army enter Rangoon
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3--Hamburg captured by British troops.
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4--Unconditional surrender of German troops in Holland, Denmark and North-west Germany.
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7--Unconditional surrender of all German troops.
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8--"VE-Day". Official end of hostilities with Germany.
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July
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17--Big Three at Potsdam Meeting.
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21--Victory Parade at Berlin.
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August
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6--Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
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9--Second atomic bomb, dropped on Nagusaki [Nagasaki].
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14--Japan surrendered unconditionally
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September
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1--"V.J.-Day" Proclaimed.

Revision as of 10:19, 29 August 2018

DIARY OF THE WAR--continued.

1944 January 24--Anzio is captured. February 1--American Forces land on the Marshall Islands. 16--American Forces attack Truk. May 9--Russian troops re-take Sebastopol. June 5--Allied Forces occupy Rome. 6--Allied Forces invade France, landing on the beaches of Normandy. 13--First Flying-bomb launched against England. 27--Cherbourg taken. August 23--Paris is liberated. September 3--Brussels is liberated. 10--Luxembourg liberated. 11--American Forces invade Germany. 12--Harve capitulated. 17--Airborne landing at Arnhem. 19--Brest surrendered. October 1--Calais taken by Allied Forces. November 10--First V.2. landed in England. 12--R.A.F. sink the "Tirpitz". December 3--"Stand Down" of the Home Guard.

[photograph] THE RT. HON. WINSTON CHURCHILL

[photograph] GENERAL "IKE" EISENHOWER

1945 January 17--Russians liberate Warsaw February 7--Big Three Meeting at Yalta. March 20--Mandalay re-taken by Allied Forces. 23--British troops cross the Rhine. April 12--Death of President Roosevelt. 26--Bremen surrenders to the British Second Army. 29--Venice and Milan captured. German armies surrendered in Italy; Benito Mussolini executed. May Fourteenth Army enter Rangoon 3--Hamburg captured by British troops. 4--Unconditional surrender of German troops in Holland, Denmark and North-west Germany. 7--Unconditional surrender of all German troops. 8--"VE-Day". Official end of hostilities with Germany. July 17--Big Three at Potsdam Meeting. 21--Victory Parade at Berlin. August 6--Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima. 9--Second atomic bomb, dropped on Nagusaki [Nagasaki]. 14--Japan surrendered unconditionally September 1--"V.J.-Day" Proclaimed.