Today in World War II History—Oct. 14, 1942
75 Years Ago—Oct. 14, 1942: Hitler orders halt in east except in Stalingrad and the Caucasus to prepare for winter defense.
Australians and Japanese battle for Templeton’s Crossing on Kokoda Trail, New Guinea.
Off Newfoundland, German sub U-69 sinks British railway ferry SS Caribou; 136 killed, mostly civilians, including Naval Nursing Sister Agnes Wilkie, the only Canadian nurse killed in action in WWII.