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Diary May 14, 1944

Algiers on 14 May 1944
Algiers on 14 May 1944: An M3 half-track of a Free-French motorised unit at a parade in front of the Governor-General of Algeria, General Catroux.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, May 14, 1944:

Mediterranean

Italy: French break through at Monti Aurunci, north of Gaeta.

Air War

Britain: Night raid on Bristol and Southwest England by 91 planes (15 lost).

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