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Today in World War II History—May 14, 1942

US poster, WWII

US poster, WWII

80 Years Ago—May 14, 1942: Australia decides to ration food and clothing.

US Navy begins full convoys on East Coast as the first convoy departs from Hampton Roads, VA, for Key West, FL.

German Abwehr agent Alfred Langbein is landed by U-boat U-213 at New Brunswick to report on convoys; he does not, and he surrenders to the Canadians on November 1 when he runs out of money.

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