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Today in World War II History—December 23, 1940

Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov, US Secretary of State James Byrnes, and British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Anthony Eden at Potsdam, Germany, Jul-Aug 1945 (German Federal Archive, Bild 183-14059-0016)

Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov, US Secretary of State James Byrnes, and British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Anthony Eden at Potsdam, Germany, Aug 1945 (German Federal Archive, Bild 183-14059-0016)

80 Years Ago—Dec. 23, 1940: First Parisian civilian is executed by the Nazis—23 year-old engineer Jacques Bonsergent, accused of punching a German soldier in a brawl.

Churchill appoints Anthony Eden as British Foreign Secretary.

2 responses to “Today in World War II History—December 23, 1940”

  1. Yeoman says:

    I’m not trying to post WWII day by day like you are, but I’ve been noting some events on my blog recently and linked you in. Hope you don’t mind:

    https://lexanteinternet.blogspot.com/2020/12/december-23-1940-aviation-construction.html

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