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Today in World War II History—October 30, 1941

Poster for the USO, WWII

Poster for the USO, WWII

80 Years Ago—Oct. 30, 1941: German siege of Sevastopol begins.

USO Camp Shows are established to bring shows to stateside military camps and eventually overseas.

Charles Lindbergh holds isolationist America First rally for 20,000 at Madison Square Gardens.

Col. David N.W. Grant is designated the first US Air Surgeon.

Logo of isolationist America First organization, 1940-41

Logo of isolationist America First organization, 1940-41

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