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Today in World War II History—November 7, 1944

Thomas Dewey & Franklin D. Roosevelt (both images Library of Congress)

Thomas Dewey & Franklin D. Roosevelt (both images Library of Congress)

75 Years Ago—November 7, 1944: US President Franklin D. Roosevelt is elected for a fourth term, defeating Thomas Dewey.

British Eighth Army opens drive for Forli, Italy.

Japanese execute Soviet spy Richard Sorge.

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