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Today in World War II History—January 23, 1941

Artie Shaw playing "Concerto for Clarinet" in “Second Chorus,” 1940 (public domain via Wikipedia)

Artie Shaw playing “Concerto for Clarinet” in “Second Chorus,” 1940 (public domain via Wikipedia)

80 Years Ago—Jan. 23, 1941: Before Congress, Charles Lindbergh suggests the US negotiate a neutrality pact with Hitler.

Bulgaria passes law that bans Jews from public service, professions, and commerce, and bans marriage between Jews and Gentiles.

Artie Shaw records “Dancing in the Dark” and “Moonglow.”

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