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Today in World War II History—November 24, 1942

Crew of M3 Grant medium tank, US 13th Armored Regiment, Souk el Arba, Tunisia, 23 Nov 1942 (US Army Signal Corps photo: NA-COO-42-217)

Crew of M3 Grant medium tank, US 13th Armored Regiment, Souk el Arba, Tunisia, 23 Nov 1942 (US Army Signal Corps photo: NA-COO-42-217)

80 Years Ago—Nov. 24, 1942: Hitler orders troops trapped in Stalingrad not to retreat or surrender.

US renews offensive in Tunisia toward Tunis and Bizerte.

News from the Polish underground of the mass extermination of 2 million Jews is broadcast in the US by Rabbi Stephen Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress.

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