May 1994 Vol. 2 Number 8 Published by the ww II roundtable Edited by Joe Grant and Jim Gerber

May 1944 Europe, Air Operations -

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May 1944
Europe, Air Operations - The principal efforts of the Allied air forces based in Britain are directed to preparations for the Normandy landings. The American heavy bombers drop 63,000 tons on three types of objectives: rail centers, oil production areas and the more usual manufacturing towns. There is increased activity in the Channel and off Norway to prevent U-boats being on station in early June.
May 4, 1944 - Home Front - All meats are taken off of the ration with the exception of steaks and certain choice cuts of beef for roasting.

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