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Today in World War II History—January 29, 1941

Alexandros Koryzis, 1941 (Australian War Memorial: P02018.027)

Alexandros Koryzis, 1941 (Australian War Memorial: P02018.027)

80 Years Ago—Jan. 29, 1941: US and Britain begin secret joint discussions in Washington, which will lead to the ABC-1 Plan in case of America entering war against Germany.

Ioannis Metaxas, prime minister of Greece, dies of throat cancer, replaced by Alexandros Koryzis.

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