Today in World War II History—September 17, 1941
Friday, September 17, 2021 by Sarah Sundin
80 Years Ago—Sept. 17, 1941: US begins escorting British convoys from Newfoundland to Iceland, violating neutrality: TU 4.1.1 of five destroyers begins escorting Convoy HX-150.
Germany begins general deportation of German Jews.
At a conference in Copenhagen, German physicist Werner Heisenberg informs Danish physicist Niels Bohr that Germany is working on atomic weapons.
During exercises in Louisiana, US Army first drops paratroopers, using DC-3s.
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