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Diary August 2, 1944

Inhabitants of a French village welcome U.S. troops
Inhabitants of a French village welcome U.S. troops.

WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, August 2, 1944:


WESTERN FRONT
Americans reach Vire, south of Caumont.

SEA WAR
‘Linse’ (‘Lentil’) ‘explosive boats’ sink destroyer ‘Quorn’ (night August 2-3)

DIPLOMACY
Turkey breaks off diplomatic and commercial relations with Germany.

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