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Diary January 30, 1944

troops of US General Lucas advancing cautiously from their beach heads at Anzio
After they have waste many days, the Allied troops of US General Lucas advancing cautiously from their beach heads at Anzio.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, January 30, 1944:

Mediterranean

Italy: 5th US Army makes small breach in Gustav Line. At Anzio, US Rangers advance to Cisterna and British 3rd Division to Railway Station, north of Aprilia.

Air War

Germany: US daylight raid on Brunswick. US P-47 Thunderbolt group shoots down 36 German and Italian fighters and formation of Ju 52s for the loss of 1 fighter.

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