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Diary July 2, 1944


US paratroopers landing on Noemfoor Island.
US paratroopers landing on Noemfoor Island.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, July 2, 1944:

Sea War

Pacific: Americans land on Noemfoor Island, west of Biak.
Crew of Japanese submarine I-8 murders survivors of SS Jean Nicolet.

Home Fronts

Brazil: First contingent of Brazilian Expeditionary Force leaves Rio by sea to join 5th US Army in Italy.

Western Front

Normandy – ‘D+26’: 929,000 troops and 177,000 vehicles have landed since ‘D-Day’.

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