Today in World War II History—July 14, 1943
80 Years Ago—July 14, 1943: On Sicily, British Eighth Army takes Vizzini, Lentini, and Simeto.
In Krasnodor, Russia, Soviets try 11 Germans in the first war crimes trial of the war.
George Washington Carver National Monument is established at Diamond, MO, the first national monument for an African-American and the first for a non-president.
Movie premiere of For Whom the Bell Tolls, starring Gary Cooper & Ingrid Bergman.