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Today in World War II History—June 14, 1941

 

Today in World War II History

80 Years Ago—June 14, 1941: June Deportation begins: Soviets deport 11,000 “Anti-Soviet” Estonians, 15,000 Latvians & 17,000 Lithuanians to Siberia (politicians, priests, businessmen, and their families).

President Roosevelt freezes German and Italian assets, bans travel by nationals, and clamps down on Nazi propaganda agencies.

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