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Diary February 6, 1945

refugee trek in Eastern Germany
A refugee trek secured by soldiers in Eastern Germany.
Diary for Tuesday, February 6, 1945:

Russian Front

Konev crosses the river Oder and lays siege to Breslau: hundreds of thousands of panic-stricken German civilians flee westwards, many into ‘safe’ city of Dresden.

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2 thoughts on “Diary February 6, 1945”

  1. Found this post interesting. My grandfather was also a member of the German 214th Infantry Division. He was in Norway as well as I have recently obtained some records. He was wounded somewhere in Germany in April, 1945 (Bayreuth?). My email address is:
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    Eric Proscher

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