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13th February 1941

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Events On This Day

Six ships in British convoy between Madeira and Azores sunk by Kriegsmarine surface raider.

The war against Italy, British troops about Keren improved their positions in hills covering the town. Farther South advance towards Arresa progressed satisfactorily.

In Hobok district, Abyssinia, South African troops extended area of penetration.

On night of 12-13 February 1941 heavy bombers of the British Royal Air Force (RAF) attacked harbour of Rhodes. Enemy aircraft bombed Malta.

During the day bombs fell in East Anglia and North of Scotland. At night bombs were dropped in London residential district, causing many casualties. Messerschmitt Bf 109 attacking Dover balloon barrage was damaged by Spitfire.

The Greek War, Athens reported successful local operations against heights of more than 6,000 feet, enemy being expelled from their positions.

The British Royal Air Force (RAF) made repeated attacks in Tepelini area and on Elbasan.

During night of 12-13 February 1941 aerodromes at Tirana and Durazzo were bombed.

Marshal Pétain received and conferred with General Franco at Montpellier.

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