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Diary November 26, 1944

Fire positions for V-2 rockets in Wassenaar
Fire positions for V-2 rockets in Wassenaar, the exclusive and park-like suburb of The Hague (Holland).
War Diary for Sunday, November 26, 1944:

Air War

Germany: 8th USAAF attacks Misburg oil plant (Hanover), Hamm marshalling yards and Bielefeld railway viaduct; claims 138 fighters destroyed for loss of 36 bombers and 7 fighters.
RAF bombers attacking Munich and dropping 784 t of bombs.
Europe: Spitfire Mk IX fighter-bombers attack 2 suspected V-2 sites in Holland.

Western Front

1st US Army captures Weisweiler, west of Cologne.


General Alexander promoted to Field Marshal and appointed SAC Mediterranean.

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