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Diary March 3, 1945

Anti-tank gun position at the northern Siegfried Line
Anti-tank gun position at the Siegfried Line captured by Canadian troops.
Diary for Saturday, March 3, 1945:

Western Front

Canadians and Ameri­cans link up between Maas and Rhine.


Japanese resistance in Manila ends.

Air War

Britain: 100 German night intruders attack more than 20 airfields from Northumberland to Oxfordshire. 20 RAF bombers destroyed for loss of 6 intruders.


Act of Chapultepec: 20 American states, meeting in Mexico City, pledge themselves to protect each other’s territorial and political integrity.

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