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Diary August 22, 1942

assault gun StuG Ausf.F with Panzergrenadiers
Advance of an assault gun StuG Ausf F with Panzergrenadiers of the Panzer Army Hoth on Stalingrad.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, August 22, 1942:

Eastern Front

Stalingrad: Panzers make narrow breach in Russian line at Vertyachi, north of the city.

Home Fronts

USA: Death of Michael Fokine, Russian choreographer and ballet master, in New York; aged 61.
Britain: Sir A Sinclair, Secretary of State for Air, speaks at Swansea about work of RAF Bomber Command: as the German people ‘gaze at their homes’ they should remember all the cities destroyed by Hitler‘s bombers and thank the Fuehrer.

Politics

Brazil: GOVERNMENT DECLARES WAR ON GERMANY AND ITALY.

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