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Diary January 22, 1942


'ice road' across Lake Ladoga
Evacuation of civilians via the ‘ice road’ across Lake Ladoga.
WW2 War Diary for Thursday, January 22, 1942:

Eastern Front

Siege of Leningrad: Mass evacuation of civilians via the ‘ice road’ across Lake Ladoga; 440,000 taken out, January 22-April 15, 1942.
Russians recapture Uvarovo, 32 km west of Mozhaisk.

North Africa

Rommel recaptures Agedabia.

Air War

Germany: RAF bombers attacking Bremen.

Home Fronts

Britain: Death of W R Sickert, painter and noted eccentric, at Bath; aged 82.

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