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Diary August 26, 1944

Paris after German air raid
Paris after the German air attack. Particularly hard hit was the western part of the city.

WW2 War Diary for Saturday, August 26, 1944

Western Front

Allied forces pour across the Seine at four points between Paris and the sea.

Air War

Western Europe: 110 killed and 719 injured during German night raids on Paris; numerous fires.
Germany: RAF bombers attacking Darmstadt and dropping 556t of bombs.

Occupied Countries

Greece: Withdrawal of German forces from mainland (ends November 2).

Home Fronts

Bulgaria: Government announces its intention to withdraw from the war and begins disarming German garrisons.

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