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Diary August 13, 1944

destroyed Jagdpanther
American Soldiers inspect a destroyed Jagdpanther. From this tank destroyer less than 400 were built and only about a dozen were in use in Normandy, but the flat silhouette with the highly efficient 88-mm gun made it to be a fearsome opponent.

WW2 War Diary for Sunday, August 13, 1944:


WESTERN FRONT
Americans reach Argentan.

AIR WAR
Western Europe: 1,000 Allied heavy bombers attack roads leading to river Seine, from Paris to the sea. Heavy raids on railway bridges in South France.
Germany: RAF bombers attacking Brunswick (1,275 t bombs) and Ruesselsheim (964 t bombs).

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