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Today in World War II History—Aug. 10, 1942

Soviet naval infantry signal troops setting up communication wires, Stalingrad, Russia, 1 Aug 1942 (Russian International News Agency)

Soviet naval infantry signal troops setting up communication wires, Stalingrad, Russia, 1 Aug 1942 (Russian International News Agency)

75 Years Ago—Aug. 10, 1942: Germans cross the Don River and enter outskirts of Stalingrad.

Germans begin deportation of 40,000 Jews from Lvov ghetto over the next 12 days.

Kaiser Richmond Field Hospital opens for employees of Kaiser Shipyard in Richmond, CA.

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