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Diary December 6, 1944

Members of the German Flakwaffenhelferinnen Corps
Members of the German ‘Flakwaffenhelferinnen’ (anti-aircraft weapons helpers) Corps for stationary anti-aircraft batteries (picture from this day).
War Diary WW2 for Wednesday, December 6, 1944

Western Front

3rd US Army enters Sarreguemines (Moselle). British 2nd Army held up southwest of Arnhem by German demolition of dykes and consequent flooding.

Air War

Germany: ‘Round-the-clock’ bombing of Leuna oil plant.

Home Fronts

Germany: He 162 Volksjaeger (‘People’s Fighter’) flight¬≠-tested over Vienna.

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