Today in World War II History—September 24, 1941
80 Years Ago—Sept. 24, 1941: Fifteen Allied nations (including neutral US) and governments-in-exile agree to follow principles of the Atlantic Charter.
Gen. Charles de Gaulle forms French National Committee in London.
First German U-boats pass Gibraltar and enter the Mediterranean.
In Paris, the daily tobacco ration is reduced to 4 cigarettes for men and none for women.