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Today in World War II History—March 15, 1942

US poster, 1942

US poster, 1942

80 Years Ago—Mar. 15, 1942: Norwegian resistance members seize ship SS Galtesund and sail to Britain.

Off Newfoundland, US Navy PBO Hudson sinks U-503, the same pilot (CPO Donald Mason) who had radioed “Sighted sub—sank same” in January, vindicating himself (see January 28, 1942).

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