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Today in World War II History—June 9, 1941

B-25 Mitchell assembly line at North American Aviation plant, Inglewood, CA, October 1942 (US government photo)

B-25 Mitchell assembly line at North American Aviation plant, Inglewood, CA, October 1942 (US government photo)

80 Years Ago—June 9, 1941: Ammunition plant at Fort Smederovo in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, explodes, killing 1500.

Two thousand soldiers break up strike at North American Aviation in Inglewood, CA, that threatened crucial aircraft production.

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