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Today in World War II History—January 14, 1943

Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill in Casablanca, French Morocco during the Casablanca Conference, 24 Jan 1943 (US Army Signal Corps photo)

Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill in Casablanca, French Morocco during the Casablanca Conference, 24 Jan 1943 (US Army Signal Corps photo)

80 Years Ago—Jan. 14, 1943: Casablanca Conference begins: Roosevelt and Churchill meet in media secrecy to plan the course of the war.

Australians clear Sanananda Trail junction, New Guinea.

Adm. Erich Raeder resigns from command of German navy, effective January 30, due to losses in the Battle of the Barents Sea.

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