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Diary July 3, 1944

Completely exhausted soldiers of the Waffen-SS
Completely exhausted soldiers of the Waffen-SS at a combat break during the Soviet summer offensive.
World War One Diary for Monday, July 3, 1944:

Eastern Front

Central Sector: 100,000-strong German 4th Army encircled at Minsk.

Mediterraneany

Italy: Siena captured by Free-French troops.

Sea War

Channel: U-boats equipped with Schnorchel (snorkels) begin operations off Normandy.

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