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Today in World War II History—November 20, 1942

Map of British Eighth Army advances November 1942-February 1943 (US Army map)

Map of British Eighth Army advances November 1942-February 1943 (US Army map)

80 Years Ago—Nov. 20, 1942: British Eighth Army takes Benghazi, Libya, but finds port destroyed by Germans.

Soviets attack German southern flank at Stalingrad.

Gen. Paul von Kleist is placed in command of German Army Group A on the Eastern Front.

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