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1944, 7 декабря

г. Асод. Занят 7 декабря 1944 г. войсками 30 ск (генерал-майор Лазько Григорий Семенович) в составе: 36 гв. сд (генерал-майор Лиленков Георгий Павлович), частью сил 151 сд (генерал-майор Подшивайлов Денис Протасович) 7 гв. А 2 УФ в ходе Будапештской операции.

  «При взятии г. Асод 7.12.44 г., т. Дмитриев, находясь на НП командира роты, умело оценил обстановку, ротой зашёл противнику во фланг и вынудил его бежать. Использовав момент, остальные подразделения заняли траншеи противника и ворвались в г. Асод».

  Щ-309 (капитан 3 ранга Ветчинкин П.П.) у маяка Ужава 3-торпедным залпом потопила транспорт  «Норденхамн» (4592 брт).
  БО-229 (б. SC1485) потоплен 7 декабря 1944, р-н о. Кильдин, торпеда U997

  Приказ НКАП: Утвердить директором завода № 214 Воробьева В.И., освободив Алешина И.С. Утвердить директором завода № 472 Назарова Н.И.
  Организация ОКБ спецдвигателей (ОКБ-СД) НКАП во главе с В.П.Глушко на базе ОКБ 4-го Спецотдела при заводе №16 в Казани.

  Лично и секретно для маршала Сталина от президента Рузвельта. Получено 7 декабря 1944 г.

  ПОПОВ Георгий Михайлович (1906–1968) Председатель Исполкома Московского городского Совета депутатов трудящихся 7 декабря 1944–декабрь 1949.

премьер-министром Румынии назначен оппозиционер правительству Антонеску, находившийся до августа 1944 г. в концлагере Тыргу Жиу, генерал Николаи Радеску (Nikolay Radesku).
Высадка американской дивизии в западной части о. Лейте. Налёты камикадзе выводят из строя 7 эсминцев и десантные суда.
Конвенция о международной гражданской авиации (Чикаго, 7 декабря 1944 г.)

На выборах президента Гватемалы победил левый от Партии революционного действия Х.Х. Аревало.

Thursday, 7 December 1944
4th Guards Army of Soviet 2nd Ukrainian Front reaches Lake Balaton
46th Army of Soviet 3rd Ukrainian Front captures Adony
Hitler declares Budapest a fortress city
Tito’s partisan forces cross the Danube around Vukovar in Slovenia

Convoy JW 62 arrives Kola Inlet

US 1st Army temporarily suspends its costly attacks in Huertgen Forest
US 3rd Army engaged around Pachten, Dillengen, Fraulautern, Ensdorf, and Sarreguemines
US 7th Army attacking around Enchenberg, Mouterhouse, and Gambsheim
US 7th Army attacking around Enchenberg, Mouterhouse, and Gambsheim

British 8th Army captures Piedura

Convoy KMS 71 departs Gibraltar, dispersed off Malta

Arctic Soviet patrol craft BO-229 sunk by U-997
Carrier-based aircraft from RN task force conduct minelaying operations along Norwegian coast
Baltic Kriegsmarine patrol vessel V-1606 sunk by aircraft
German vessel Nordenham sunk by Soviet submarine SC-309
Nordsee British vessel Samsip damaged by mine in the Scheldt estuary and scuttled
Irish Sea British vessel Glenmaroon sunk

US 15th Air Force attacks Spittal; Klagenfurt, Innsbruck, and Salzburg
RAF Bomber Command sends 53 aircraft to attack Cologne overnight

7 December 1944 1 Hudson flew a Resistance operation.

Rumanian government led by General Badescu takes office
RN cruiser Caledon and escorting warships bombard ELAS positions near Piraeus and Salamis

US 6th Army pushing toward Ormoc and clearing Buri airfield on Leyte Island
USN Task Group 78.3 lands US 77th Infantry Division at Deposito along Ormoc Bay on Leyte Island
Chapter XVI The Fall of Ormoc

US aircraft intercept IJN convoy as it attempts to land Japanese regiment near Ormoc on Leyte Island:
by USAAF and USMC aircraft Japanese vessels T-11 sunk, Akagisan Maru sunk, No. 5 Shinsei Maru sunk, Hakuba Maru sunk, Nichiyo Maru sunk, IJN destroyer escorts Ume and Sugi damaged
Operation Te-Go: Japanese Paratrooper Attack on Leyte December 7, 1944

at Ormoc Bay Japanese kamikaze
USN destroyer Mahan severely damaged and scuttled
USN destroyer Lamson damaged
USN transport Ward severely damaged and scuttled
USN transport Liddle damaged
USN LST-737, LSM-18, and LSM-19 damaged
USN LSM-318 sunk

US vessel Antoine Saugraine, already damaged, sunk by Japanese aircraft off Leyte island

Japanese aircraft attack US airfields on Saipan, destroying and damaging B-29 bombers on the ground
Japanese aircraft attack airfield near Calcutta

US FEAF aircraft attack airfields on Negros Island and Luzon Island

Japanese vessels
Yasukuni Maru, previously damaged, runs aground and written off
Jinyo Maru, previously damaged, sinks
Fukuyo Maru, previously damaged, sinks
Kanjo Maru sunk by USN submarine Razorback
No. 31 Banshu Maru sunk by USN submarine Trepang

Hong Kong US 14th Air Force attacks shipping in the harbor
China US 20th Air Force attacks Mukden and nearby targets with 90 B-29 bombers, of which nine lost
Japanese vessel No. 3 Hojoura Maru sunk on the Yangtze River by US 14th Air Force aircraft

British 14th Army captures Tawtha
Japan Major earthquake disrupts aircraft production at Mitsubishi facility in Nagoya
7 Dec 1944
US 83rd Infantry Division became part of US VII Corps.
Dwight Eisenhower, Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, Arthur Tedder, and other Allied military leaders convened to discuss strategy. Eisenhower transferred US 9th Army to Montgomery's army group, but rejected Montgomery's notion that the southern army groups should be halted in order to make Montgomery's army group the sole attacking force. [Main Article | CPC]
Unryu was assigned to emergency reinforcement duty for Luzon, Philippine Islands.
Japan An earthquake lasting five minutes struck Nagoya region, Japan, killing 1,000 people and causing damage to many factories.
Russia Allied convoy JW-62 arrived at the Kola Inlet near Murmansk, Russia. [Main Article]
United Kingdom German V-2 rocket hit Canley Road in Hackney, London, England, United Kingdom.
United States USS Brill departed New London, Connecticut, United States.

In Hungary, Soviet forces reach Lake Balaton, southwest of Budapest. To the south, Baros on the Drava River is captured.
Romania A new government takes office. It is led by General Nicolae Radescu and pledges to fully implement the terms of the armistice, to provide assistance to the Allies and to purge all pro-Nazis.
On the Western The US 3rd Army penetrates the Siegfried Line northwest of Saarlautern.
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In the Philippines On Leyte, the US 77th Division lands about one mile south of Ormoc. There is some Japanese resistance. One of the 12 escorting destroyers is sunk by a Kamikaze attack. Meanwhile, the US 7th Division continues attacking northward toward Ormoc.
***
http://wiki.wargaming.net/ru/Navy:USS_Laffey_(1943)

DD 364 Mahan
Заложен Bethlehem Steel, Staten Is. 12 июня 1934. Спущен 15 октября 1935 и вступил 18 сентября 1936. 7 декабря 1944 тяжело повреждён после попадания трёх камикадзе в бухте Ормок залива Лейте. Оставлен экипажем, добит торпедой и артиллерийским огнём DD 723 “Walke”. Исключён 20 января 1945.
In Japan An earthquake strikes the Tokai area, disrupting rail communications and temporarily halting production at the Mitsubishi aircraft works at Nagoya.
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3rd US Army penetrates Siegfried Line northwest of Saarlautern.
First pillbox encountered by G Company US 377th Infantry Division in Fraulautern.

Americans land at Ormoc on west coast of Leyte.
262 RAF bombers attacking Giessen and dropping 1,448 t of bombs.
Earthquake rocks Tokai area, disrupting rail communications and temporarily halting production at Mitsubishi aircraft works, Nagoya.

Mission #145 was a two plane pathfinder mission against the Innsbruck Main Station, Austria, the night of 6-7 December 1944. 2nd Lt. Robert J. Louches and his crew were forced to return early when their number four engine caught on fire. The plane piloted by 1st Lt. Robert A. Galvan hit the primary target. Radio conversation which was overheard on this mission revealed that enemy night fighters were attacking bombers of the Fifteenth Air Force on this mission.
Отсель
“The strategic question was argued out on 7 December at a conference at Maastricht, attended by Eisenhower, Tedder, Montgomery and Bradley, which had been suggested by Montgomery.47 It was agreed to keep up the pressure on the enemy through the winter. The main attack was to be north of the Ruhr. This was now again to be entrusted to the 21st Army Group, with an American army under command. A supporting attack was to be put in on the American front farther south, but the precise point was not settled. The Americans favoured a thrust on the line Frankfurt-Cassel (in Patton’s area); but Montgomery, evidently feeling that this would involve rather too wide an encirclement of the Ruhr, much preferred an attack in the Bonn region. Montgomery’s proposal to place all operations north of the Ardennes under one command was again rejected by the Supreme Commander; and the Field Marshal was left feeling that he had lost another round in his long fight for concentration of effort as against dispersion.48
The Chicargo conference

2nd Reissue: Report on German agent in Istanbul 7 December 1944 (Release 5)

United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Act No. 42 07 Dec 1944

Прозаседавшиеся

Home front

Two German spies of Swiss nationality shot on 7th December 1944 (“Neue Zürcher Zeitung”)

Thursday, 7 December 1944
Eve Arden, 7 December 1944. American actress, 30 April 1908 12 November 1990
7 Dez.
US-Bomber fliegen einen schweren Angriff auf das japanische Festland. Die US-Luftwaffe setzt dabei die speziell für den Luftkrieg gegen Japan entwickelte Boeing B 29 “Superfortress” ein.

In Griechenland setzen britische Streitkräfte zur Bekämpfung des Aufstandes der kommunistischen Befreiungsarmee erstmals Artillerie ein. Gleichzeitig bombardieren Jagdflugzeuge die Stützpunkte der Rebellen.

Im Deutschen Reich wird ein “Tag des deutschen Eisenbahners” abgehalten. Zu diesem Anlaß wird acht Eisenbahnern das Ritterkreuz zum Kriegsverdienstkreuz mit Schwertern verliehen.

7.12.1944
Ostsee Das dt. Vorpostenboot V 1606 / Julius Fock wird vor Steinort von einem sowj. Flugzeug mit Lufttorpedo versenkt.
7./8.12.1944 Norwegen Die norweg. MTB 717 und MTB 653 greifen vor dem Korsfjord den dt. Geleitzug BE-1081-ST (2 Dampfer und die Vorpostenboote V 5113 und V 5114) an und versenken den Frachter Ditmar Koel (ex-estn. Tallin, 5088 BRT) mit Erzladung.

Ar-234 S-17 (GM+BQ, W.Nr 140117) c 10 сентября служил в 7./K.G 76, бортовой код F1+DR. 11 октября попал в Рехлин, где на нём испытывались ракетные ускорители взлёта SG-34. Был уничтожен 7 декабря 1944.


На 7 декабря 1944 года 2-я тд Венгрии имела в строю ещё 26 ЗСУ «Нимрод».
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