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Diary March 26, 1944


Russian soldiers with PPSh
Russian soldiers with PPSh during the fighting in the Western Ukraine, early 1944.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, March 26, 1944:

Eastern Front

Southern Sector: 2nd Ukrainian Front reaches river Pruth (Soviet-Rumanian border from 1940-41 after previous Russian occupation of Moldau province) along 80-km front.

Sea War

Pacific: US submarine Tullibee sunk by one of her own (faulty) torpedoes near Palau Islands.

Air War

Western Europe: 300 B-26 Marauders bomb E-boat pens at Ijmuiden (Holland).

Occupied Territories

France: Resistance blows up Philips radio factory at Brive-la-Gaillarde.
Greece: EAM (Greek Communist Party) establishes a provisional government in mountains of North Greece. Resignation of official Greek Prime Minister, Tsouderos, follows on April 6.

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