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Today in World War II History—June 27, 1943

Flag used by the Free French in WWII, with the Cross of Lorraine, symbol of the French Resistance (public domain via Wikipedia)

Flag used by the Free French in WWII, with the Cross of Lorraine, symbol of the French Resistance (public domain via Wikipedia)

75 Years Ago—June 27, 1943: French Resistance attacks Ateliers des Fives locomotive works at Lille.

P-38 Lightning fighter plane crashes on Huntington Beach in CA, killing 4 children.

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