Today in World War II History—June 20, 1941
80 Years Ago—June 20, 1941: The US Army Air Forces is established under Maj. Gen. Henry H. (“Hap”) Arnold (formerly the Army Air Corps).
William L. Shirer’s bestselling book Berlin Diary is published about his experiences as a foreign correspondent in Nazi Germany.
The Hoover Library of War, Revolution, and Peace is dedicated at Stanford University.
Ford Motor Company signs its first contract with a labor union, the UAW.