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1. THIS DAY IN WORLD WAR 2 (30th October
On the Russian Front...
Soviet 2nd Ukrainian Front continues its offensive in Hungary
Finnish forces capture Muonio in northern Finland
War production chief Albert Speer escorts Goering on his first tour of the Peenemunde V-weapons research and development facilities
On the Western Front...
Canadian 1st Army continues attacking the Breskens pocket and clears South Beveland, reaching the Walcheren Island causeway
British 2nd Army is engaged in minor attacks and counterattacks
US 3rd Army completes capture of Maizieres-les-Metz
US 7th Army captures St Benoit
General Lucius Clay, on
loan from duties in the US, takes temporary command of Normandy Base
Section in order to improve logistics to the Western Front
The Greek government orders the ELAS militia to disband
Partisans continue attacking Tirana
British 8th Army captures Meldola after a German withdrawal
German 14th Army attacks US 5th Army around Palazzo
In the Pacific...
On Leyte Island, US 6th Army attacks around Carigara, Rizal, San Vicente, and Dagami
Vichy French governor Admiral Jean Decoux makes secret contact with Charles de Gaulle seeking guidance
Operation To-Go (Hunan-Kwangsi Operation):
Japanese 11th Army advances toward Kweilin
Japanese 23rd Army attacks around Kueihsien and advances toward Wushuan
On the Salween Front:
Chinese Y Force attacks Lungling
Today's Air Raids...
Hamburg, Heligoland Naval Base and targets of opportunity in Germany by US 8th Air Force
Wesseling, Cologne and Berlin, Germany by RAF Bomber Command
Walcheren Island by RAF Bomber Command
Po Valley, Italy on road and rail targets by US 12th Air Force
Nauru and Pagan Island by US 7th Air Force
Truk Atoll by US 20th Air Force
Uramom, New Guinea by US FEAF
Makassar, Celebes Island and Sandakan, Borneo by US FEAF, sinking three cargo ships off Sandakan
Negros Island and Mindanao Island by US FEAF
Hong Kong minelaying by US 14th Air Force, sinking Japanese vessel Chuko Maru offshore
Phu Lang Thuong, Indochina on military targets and shipping by US 14th Air Force
Namhkai, Wuntho, Thegyaung, Nankan, Okkyin, Zawchaung, Hpao Nam River, Mansi, and Man Yut, Burma by US 10th Air Force
2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Online promotional work
Quality Missus Time
Twitter Followers = 1,827 (up 2)
Non-followed Eliminated = 0
Unfollowers Eliminated = 0
New Followers followed back =1
Spammers not followed back = 1
3. TODAY'S SELF-OBSERVATION
I continue a run of early waking, 04:10 but consider it an advantage as I have abundant time to myself before waking Missus. Following some advice about promotional posts is proving time-costly but I believe in it and am pursuing it. For my character, life continues in an uneventful blissful manner.
Enjoyable as it is, I wish to stay "awake" and keep my consciousness at universal level, for that is where true peace-of-mind is.
4. TODAY'S QUESTION FOR YOU
Are you working to make your life how you want it?
5. TODAY'S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Damp, misty and drizzly in the morning
Dry and cloudy thereafter
A light south-easterly breeze will tilt south-westerly in the afternoon and strengthen slightly
Max Temp = 15 degC
Min Temp = 10 degC
Sunrise at 07:02
Sunset at 16:38
Weathertrack: A depression in the Atlantic will drive firstly a warm front then warm air from the tropics over Britain, causing unseasonably mild weather.
Air Pressure: 1014 millibars and rising slightly
6. TODAY'S ONELINER
Our local speech impediment group is planning a Halloween Twick or Tweet evening :D
7. NOW THAT'S FUNNY!
Why Frankie Boyle won't be invited back onto Comic Relief!
The largest recorded number of babies born to a woman is 69. From 1725-1765, a
Russian peasant woman gave birth to 16 sets of twins, seven sets of
triplets, and four sets of quadruplets.
9. ZEN WISDOM
Everything begins with the resolve to take the first step. From that
action, wisdom arises and change begins. Without action, nothing