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Today in World War II History—Feb. 25, 1944

Strike photo of Regensburg after 25 February 1944 raid by US Eighth and Fifteenth Air Forces (US Air Force photo)

Strike photo of Regensburg after 25 February 1944 raid by US Eighth and Fifteenth Air Forces (US Air Force photo)

75 Years Ago—Feb. 25, 1944: First time US Eighth Air Force (based in England) and US Fifteenth Air Force (based in Italy) bomb the same target—to Regensburg, Germany in “Big Week” operations.

One response to “Today in World War II History—Feb. 25, 1944”

  1. Cherrie Croyle says:

    I really enjoy reading your posts here. Having family that fought in WWII it’s something they don’t talk about so it’s interesting to see the history by the days. I’ve been reading Ted Neill’s book which essentially a memoir of the grandson of one of the soldiers he follows. It’s a great read as it covers what they went through at war, and then at home. It’s something we need to hear. Neill’s info is at tenebraypress.com. I really think his book is worth the read!

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