Today in WW II: 7 Oct 1940 First German troops, leading to an eventual one-half million, enter Romania [7-8 Oct].  More 
7 Oct 1942 Japanese quietly abandon some of their positions in the Aleutian Islands, on Attu and Agattu.
7 Oct 1944 Using stolen explosives, Sonderkommando inmates at Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp stage a revolt, blowing up a crematorium and killing SS guards.
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M19 Ammunition Cans Gallery 1: Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

Thanks to Todd Kavanagh for providing the photos and motivation for this page.



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