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Today in World War II History—April 29, 1944

Men of the 1st Battalion, US 19th Infantry, carrying supplies near Hollandia, New Guinea, April 1944 (US Center of Military History)

Men of the 1st Battalion, US 19th Infantry, carrying supplies near Hollandia, New Guinea, April 1944 (US Center of Military History)

75 Years Ago—April 29, 1944: French Resistance sabotages Dunlop factory at Montluçon.

US secures Hollandia area of New Guinea, cutting off 50,000 Japanese troops in the Wewak area.

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