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February[edit]

The Abbey of Monte Cassino in ruins after being destroyed by Allied bombing, February 1944.

March[edit]

The March 1944 eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

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May[edit]

The prime ministers of Britain and the four major dominions at the 1944 Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference, May 1, 1944.

June[edit]

Allied troops land on the beaches of Normandy during D-Day.
LVTs heading for shore on June 15, 1944 during the Battle of Saipan.

July[edit]

The aftermath of the failed 20 July plot to kill Hitler.
Soviet soldiers fight in the streets of Jelgava, summer 1944.
American medics helping injured soldier in France, 1944.

August[edit]

Szare Szeregi Scouts also fought in the Warsaw Uprising.
Jewish prisoners of Gęsiówka liberated by Polish soldiers from Batalion Zośka, August 5, 1944.
Crowds of French people line the Champs Élysées following the Liberation of Paris, August 26, 1944.

September[edit]

Waves of paratroopers land in the Netherlands during Operation Market Garden in September 1944.

October[edit]

Henry Larsen becomes the first person successfully to navigate the Northwest Passage in both directions, westbound, July–October 1944.
American troops advance towards San Jose on Leyte Island, October 20, 1944.
The light aircraft carrier USS Princeton afire, east of Luzon, October 24, 1944.
Volkssturm founded in October 1944.
The beginning of the Battle of Leyte, October 20, 1944.
Battle of Leyte Gulf between United States and Japan, October 23, 1944.

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Victims of the Malmedy massacre
December 15: American bandleader Glenn Miller disappears into the English Channel.
George Marshall becomes the first U.S. Five-Star General on December 16, 1944.

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References[edit]

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