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Today in World War II History—July 1, 1944

Bocage country of the Cotentin Peninsula, France, 1944 (public domain via WW2 Database)

Bocage country of the Cotentin Peninsula, France, 1944 (public domain via WW2 Database)

75 Years Ago—July 1, 1944: US First Army secures the Cotentin peninsula in Normandy, France.

United Nations Monetary Conference begins in Bretton Woods, NH; will establish International Monetary Fund and International Bank for Reconstruction & Development.

2 responses to “Today in World War II History—July 1, 1944”

  1. Martin Allison says:

    It was very interesting to see a photo in black and white of the country side that was so difficult for the Allied troops to advance through. It looks totally short, but in person they could be several feet if not yards wide and 4 to 6 feet tall.

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