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Diary May 13, 1944

iberated Sebastopol
At the liberated Sebastopol on the Crimea.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, May 13, 1944:

Eastern Front

Southern sector: German and Axis forces completely ousted from the Crimea, leaving behind 78,000 dead or prisoners.

Mediterranean

Italy: French Expeditionary Corps (5th Army) penetrates Gustav Line; captures Monte Majo (1,000 prisoners) and Castelforte.

Occupied Territories

France: Resistance attack halts production of self-propelled guns at Lorraine-Dietrich works, Bagneres de Bigorre.

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