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14th June 1941

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Events On This Day

The British Admiralty announced further successful attacks by our submarines on ships and harbours in Mediterranean, It was announced that another enemy supply ship had been sunk in Atlantic. The British Royal Air Force (RAF) fighters and bombers carried out widespread offensive operations over Channel and Northern France, including airfields at St. Omer. Cologne area heavily raided at night.

In Africa, Patriot forces completing encirclement of jimrna.

Near East, Vichy troops reported to have evacuated Kiswe, 10 miles south of Damascus. In central sector British forces hold Nabatiye, 15 miles southeast of Sidon. Abu Kernal, on Euphrates, captured by British armoured unit.

Luftwaffe bombs fell by day at a point in South West. At night Luftwaffe minor raids occurred in the west of England. One Luftwaffe day and one night raider destroyed.

T14 Torpedo boat
Commissioned 14 June 1941

T23 Torpedo boat
Launched 14 June 1941

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T23 Torpedo boat

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