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Diary September 13, 1944

 aftermath picture from a Lancaster raid on Frankfurt (railway aerial)
his is the aftermath picture from a Lancaster raid on Frankfurt (railway aerial) on 12/13 September 1944. This raid was designated to be the city’s last major attack of the war.
WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, September 13, 1944:

Air War

Germany: 209 RAF bombers attacking Stuttgart and dropping 781 t of bombs.
RAF bombers attacking Frankfurt and dropping 1,556 t of bombs.

Western Front

US 3rd Army captures Neufchateau. French troops of 3rd and 7th Armies make contact at Chatillon­sur-Seine.

Sea War

Atlantic: 4 US warships and Liberty ship (previously torpedoed by U-boat U-518) lost in hurricane off Eastern Seaboard.

Home Fronts

Britain: Death of William Heath Robinson, eccentric cartoonist.

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