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Diary May 27, 1944

Pope Pius XII, after an Allied air raid
Pope Pius XII, after an Allied air raid on Rome, addresses words of consolation to the population and gives them the papal blessing.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, May 27, 1944:


Italy: Germans repel US 5th Army attacks on ‘Adolf Hitler‘-Line at Valmontone and dig in.

Sea War

Pacific: Americans land on Biak Island (New Guinea).

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