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Today in World War II History—May 25, 1943

Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at the White House during the Trident Conference, Washington DC, 24 May 1943 (Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum)

Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at the White House during the Trident Conference, Washington DC, 24 May 1943 (Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum)

75 Years Ago—May 25, 1943: At the Trident Conference, Allied Combined Chiefs decide to plan for a 1 May 1944 invasion of Europe.

In Mobile, Alabama, white shipyard workers riot after 12 black workers receive promotions—all 12 of these men are hospitalized due to injuries.

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