Tuesday, September 8, 2009

War Supplement - 9/9/1944

Dewey (R), in his campaign for President, told a crowd that the US can no longer isolate herself from the rest of the World. He proposed the establishment of a world organization in which all nations may share as sovereign equals, to deal with future threats to the peace.

Allies trap 250,000 German soldiers in southeast Europe (Greece and Yugoslavia). The Belgium city of Liege has been taken and the U.S. First Army pushed to within 18 miles of Germany.

The Russians swarmed into Bulgaria and take Varna. Armies crossed the Danube River.

Yanks control the sky in South Philippines.

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