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Today in World War II History—Oct. 29, 1943

Maj. Glenn Miller and his Army Air Force band in an open-air concert, WWII (USAF Photo)

Maj. Glenn Miller and his Army Air Force band in an open-air concert, WWII (USAF Photo)

75 Years Ago—Oct. 29, 1943: Maj. Glenn Miller’s Army Air Force band records “St. Louis Blues March.”

US War Production Board somewhat relaxes prohibition on use of aluminum. Read more: Make It Do: Metal Shortages in World War II.

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