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Diary May 30, 1945

Zhukov
The Russian Marshal Georgi Konstantinovich Zhukov (1896-1974) – ‘The general who never lost a battle’.
Diary for Wednesday, May 30, 1945:

Occupied countries

Germany: Zhukov appointed Russian representative on Allied Control Commission.
Iran: Foreign Minister demands withdrawal of all British, US and Russian forces.

Home Fronts

France: 100,000 German PoW’s to be used to clear 100 million mines.

Okinawa

US forces occupy abandoned Japanese strong points of Shuri Line.

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