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Diary January 2, 1945


B-17G drops it bombs
A B-17G Fortress of 493rd BG drops it bombs in early 1945.
War Diary WW2 for Tuesday, January 2, 1945:

Air War

Germany: 1,000 US bombers hammer troop concentrations and com­munications in Western Germany. 1,000 RAF bombers attack Nuremberg (2,067t of bombs) and Ludwigshafen.

Home Fronts

Britain: Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, Naval C-in-C AEF and organizer of Dunkirk Evacuation, killed in air crash.

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