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Diary September 7, 1944

Belgian Resistance round up collaborators
The Belgian Resistance round up ex-German collaborators in the village of Peer, close to the Dutch frontier.
WW2 War Diary for Thursday, September 7, 1944:

Western Front

British cross Albert Canal (Belgium) and take Ypres. US 3rd Army secures two bridgeheads over river Moselle.

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