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S2 Reports For September 1944



TARGET DATE
   
Kraljevo, Yugoslavia - Railroad Bridge
1 September 1944
Kraljevo, Yugoslavia - Marshalling Yard
2 September 1944
Trento, Italy - Marshalling Yard
3 September 1944
Ferrara, Italy - Railroad Bridge
5 September 1944
Leskovac, Yugoslavia - Troop Concentrations
6 September 1944
Nis, Yugoslavia - Marshalling Yard
8 September 1944
Vienna, Austria - South Ordnance Depot
10 September 1944
Munich, Germany - Allach BMW Engine Works
12 September 1944
Ora, Italy - Railroad Bridge
13 September 1944
Lorissa, Greece - Marshalling Yard
15 September 1944
Budapest, Hungary - Marshalling Yard
17 September 1944
Budapest, Hungary - South Railroad Bridge
18 September 1944
Kraljevo, Yugoslavia
19 September 1944
Malacky, Austria - Airdrome.
20 September 1944
Novi-Sad, Yugoslavia - Railroad Bridge
21 September 1944
Larissa, Greece - Marshalling Yard
22 September 1944
Ora, Italy - Bridge
23 September 1944
Athens, Greece - Kalamake Airdrome
24 September 1944


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