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Diary June 25, 1944

Russian soldiers, equipped with PPSh and box magazines
Russian soldiers, equipped with PPSh and rare box magazines, are attacking from T-34 tanks during the summer offensive of 1944.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, June 25, 1944:

Eastern Front

Central Sector: Russians trap 40,000 Germans west of Vitebsk.
Northern Sector: Finns forced back 0.8 km at Tali, north of Viipuri.

Sea War

Channel: Allied battleships and cruisers silence German coastal batteries near Cherbourg; USS Texas damaged.

Occupied Territories

France: General Koenig to command Free French Forces of the Interior (Resistance).

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