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Today in World War II History—Jan. 7, 1944

US Douglas C-47 transport plane taking off near Man Wing, Burma (US Army Center of Military History)

US Douglas C-47 transport plane taking off near Man Wing, Burma (US Army Center of Military History)

75 Years Ago—Jan. 7, 1944: French resistance sabotages electricity supply in Tulle.

In Second Arakan Campaign in Burma, RAF & US Tenth Air Force begin air supply to isolated West African troops.

Former First Lady Lou Henry Hoover dies of a heart attack, age 69.

3 responses to “Today in World War II History—Jan. 7, 1944”

  1. Ryana Lynn says:

    Viva la Resistance!

      • Graeme says:

        I’m a “Kiwi” ie a New Zealander, and was in the R.N.Z.A.F. OVER 40yrs age I was in Radio for a time and I loved flying I have been in C47’S or DC3’s as they are called in NZ and Australia etc . I have been flying in DC3’s both in the Airforce and in Civil life……..what a fantastic aeroplane I don’t think that another aircraft will be built like that, and last as long as the ol’ DC3

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