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Today in World War II History—November 29, 1940 & 1945

Frank, Frick, Funk, Jodl, Rosenberg, Seyß-Inquart, Speer, Streicher, Neurath, and Papen at the Nuremberg Trial, Germany, 27 Nov 1945 (Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum: 2004-439)

Frank, Frick, Funk, Jodl, Rosenberg, Seyß-Inquart, Speer, Streicher, Neurath, and Papen at the Nuremberg Trial, Germany, 27 Nov 1945 (Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum: 2004-439)

80 Years Ago—Nov. 29, 1940: Movie premiere of musical Tin Pan Alley, starring Alice Faye & Betty Grable.

75 Years Ago—Nov. 29, 1945: Films of concentration camp atrocities are shown at the Nuremberg Trials.

Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia is proclaimed, with Marshal Tito as president, deposing King Peter II, who had not been allowed to return to the country; he goes into exile in the US.

US War Department demobilizes enlisted men with three or more children under the age of eighteen.

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