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Today in World War II History—September 14, 1941

 

Quartermaster Supply Unit during Louisiana Maneuvers, September 1941 (Library of Congress AS-124-LC)

Quartermaster Supply Unit during Louisiana Maneuvers, September 1941 (Library of Congress AS-124-LC)

80 Years Ago—Sept. 14, 1941: German Army Group Center encircles two Soviet armies near Kiev.

Louisiana Maneuvers begin, with 350,000 men of US Second & Third Armies, with Army Air Force, Navy & Marine Corps air support; runs through Sept. 28.

 

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