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Today in World War II History—Nov. 9, 1943

Mother’s Day celebration at a United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration displaced persons camp in Germany, 26 May 1946 (Source: Deutsche Fotothek via Wikimedia Commons, photographer Abraham Pisarek)

Mother’s Day celebration at a United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration displaced persons camp in Germany, 26 May 1946 (Source: Deutsche Fotothek via Wikimedia Commons, photographer Abraham Pisarek)

75 Years Ago—Nov. 9, 1943: Representatives of 44 nations meet in Atlantic City, NJ, and establish United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration to prepare for reconstruction of Europe & Asia.

US Marines break up Japanese counterattack on Piva Trail on Bougainville.

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