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Today in World War II History—April 23, 1941

Logo of isolationist America First organization, 1940-41

Logo of isolationist America First organization, 1940-41

80 Years Ago—Apr. 23, 1941: King George of Greece and his government are evacuated to Crete as the Germans advance.

Charles Lindbergh speaks to 30,000 in New York, in the first mass meeting of the America First Committee, which wants to keep the US out of WWII; Lindbergh condemns Britain for the war.

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