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13th March 1941

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The British Admiralty announced that,Greek destroyer Psara reported to have sunk Italian submarine in Aegean Sea. Dornier hit and probably destroyed by the trawler HMS Milford Queen. HMS Manistee reported sunk.

Coastal Command aircraft torpedoed Kriegsmarine destroyer off Jutland. Two supply ships hit, one in Ymuiden harbour other off Norwegian coast. Another torpedoed and sunk off Frisian Islands. Fighters and bombers attacked aerodrome at Calais.

At night the British Royal Air Force (RAF) delivered heaviest attack yet made on Hamburg. Oil storage plants at Rotterdam bombed, also Bremen, Emden, and two Dutch aerodromes.

The war against Italy, Nairobi announced that Patriot forces had occupied Yavello, 70 miles north of Mega.

In early morning our fighters intercepted formation of Luftwaffe fighters and bombers near southeast coast and shot two down. Night attacks were widespread. Heavy and prolonged raid on Clydeside. Relays of Luftwaffe bombers over Merseyside and Northeast town. Thirteen Luftwaffe night bombers destroyed.

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The Second Great War.
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The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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