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Diary September 6, 1941

German infantry advancing near Leningrad.
German infantry advancing near Leningrad.
Diary for Saturday, September 6, 1941:

Russian Front

Leningrad encircled. Germans capture Schlusselburg, 40 km east of Leningrad, at junction of river Neva and lake Ladoga.

Home Fronts

Hungary: General Werth, Chief of General Staff, resigns due to ‘ill health’; succeeded by General Szombathelyi (see also April 2, 1941).

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