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Today in World War II History—January 22, 1942

Poster from the US Victory Book Campaign, 1942-43

Poster from the US Victory Book Campaign, 1942-43

80 Years Ago—Jan. 22, 1942: Soviets begin evacuation of 440,000 citizens from besieged Leningrad over ice road across Lake Ladoga.

A series of rallies for the Victory Book Campaign begins at the New York Public Library (Read more: “Books in World War II”).

One response to “Today in World War II History—January 22, 1942”

  1. Cindi Hoppes says:

    My dad was joined the Navy during WWII. His stories
    fascinated me, since I was a child! Your books are wonderful to read and learn…
    Thank you, Cindi

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