Today in World War II History—December 6, 1943
80 Years Ago—Dec. 6, 1943: Soviets take Yeysk on Sea of Azov in Russia, cutting off German Army Group A.
Danish Nobel Laureate physicist Niels Bohr, having escaped from Denmark by boat, arrives in New York; Bohr will meet with Manhattan Project scientists and visit Los Alamos.
Back in Copenhagen, Germans occupy Bohr’s Institute for Theoretical Physics.