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26th November 1940

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Events On This Day

The British Royal Air Force (RAF) Made large-scale attack on armament factories and other targets at Cologne. Other forces bombed railways in Berlin, arsenal at Turin, shipping and docks at Rotterdam, Flushing, Antwerp, Calais, and Boulogne.

Coastal Command aircraft attacked naval base at Lorient, oil targets at Ghent, shipping off Dutch coast, and many aerodromes.

Bombers of the British Royal Air Force (RAF) Raided Valona harbour, Albania, registering direct hits on a big ship, on quays and docks and on aerodrome buildings.

During the day few a Luftwaffe aircraft crossed coast, most of which were shot down. Bombs fell in Sussex coastal town. Bristol raided again both by daylight and at night. London was also bombed.

Four Luftwaffe planes shot down,

The Greek War, Greek troops continued to press forward on Albanian territory. Among other war material six aircraft abandoned by enemy were captured near Koritza.

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