German troops enter Romania to ‘help restrain the Army’.
Beaverbrook announces gifts received for aircraft purchases now total Â£6,098,826.
Finland rejects a British demand to cease fighting the Soviet Union.
German advance on Moscow continues with the capture of Vyasma. Stalin lifts ban on religion inÂ Russia to boost morale.
Curtin becomes the Prime Minister of Australia.
The RAF bombs Stuttgart making use of the Airborne ‘Cigar’ jamming device, killing 1,700 andÂ making 18,000 homeless.
The U.S. Fifth Army is halted by German defenses along River Volturno, 20 miles North of Naples.
Japanese execute approximately 100 American POWs on Wake Island.
The 20th GebirgsjÃ¤ger Army retreats towards northern Norway in the face of strong SovietÂ attacks.
A revolt by Jewish slave laborers at Auschwitz-Birkenau results in complete destruction ofÂ Crematory IV.
The Eighth Army resumes its attacks on the Gothic Line. The British reach Corinth, land atÂ Nauplion and take the island of Samos.
Iva Toguri D’Aquino, better known as Tokyo Rose, is sentenced to 10 years in prison for treason.