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Diary January 28, 1940

Deep snow Western Front winter 1939-40
This photography from the grandfather of the author of this website shows two German soldiers in the deep snow in a forest at the Western Front in this coldest winter since 1894.
Sunday, January 28, 1940

Home Fronts

Britain: Director of Censorship permits newspapers belatedly to reveal details of Britain’s (MAIN EVENT) the coldest winter since 1894: River Thames and Southampton Docks frozen; 18 °C (33 °F) of frost at Buxton (Derbys.).

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