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Diary October 4, 1944

German anti-tank gun in a town at the southeastern front
A German anti-tank gun is brought into position in a town at the Southeastern front.
WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, October 4, 1944:

Russian Front

Russians reach Pancevo, 16 km from Belgrade.

Air War

Europe: Heavy daylight raid on Bergen U-boat base by fighter-escorted Lancaster (1 lost) and Halifax bombers.

Home Front

Japan: Death of Mitsuru Toyama, former leader of extreme right­wing terrorist organization, the ‘Black Dragon Society‘; aged 89.

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