The Week

July 1944
New Republic;7/17/44, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p59
This article presents news including the U.S. soldiers who broke the German defenses at La Haye du Puits in Normandy, France, and the British and Canadian soldiers who broke the German defenses at Caen, France. Also discussed is Vice President Henry Wallace's report to the American people regarding the post-war future of the United States, and the intensity of the German forces who continue to kill Jews as the war is nearing a close.


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