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Today in World War II History—Mar. 21, 1944

B-25 Mitchells of the US 321st Bomb Group flying past Mount Vesuvius, Italy during its eruption of 18-23 Mar 1944 (USAF photo)

B-25 Mitchells of the US 321st Bomb Group flying past Mount Vesuvius, Italy during its eruption of 18-23 Mar 1944 (USAF photo)

75 Years Ago—Mar. 21, 1944: Eruption of Mount Vesuvius buries villages of San Sebastiano and Massa; 6-km-high lava fountains are seen. See more pictures on the blog of the National World War II Museum. Also see a newsreel video of explosion.

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  1. I enjoy seeing your daily “Today in WWII History” posts. Jocelyn’s book sounds great, too. Thanks, Sarah!

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