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Diary September 25, 1943

Russian troops liberate Smolensk
Battle-weary Russian troops liberate Smolensk.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, September 25, 1943:

Eastern Front


Sea War

Pacific: Evacuation of Japanese garrison from Kolombangara (Solomons). 9,400 men taken off by landing craft and destroyers. US destroyers sink 40 boats; 1,000 Japanese drown (September 25-26 and October 3-4).

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