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14th September 1941

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Events On This Day

Russian Front, The Wehrmacht claimed to have pierced outer fortifications of Leningrad. Russians attacking in Schluesselburg area. The Wehrmacht reported to have gained strong bridgehead at Kremenchug, east of Dnieper.

In Africa, Cairo announced deep penetration from Tobruk into enemy's lines, and successful raids by patrols. The British Royal Air Force (RAF) frghters attacked large concentration of aircraft at Gambut; eight left in names and others damaged, During night of 13-14 September 1941 heavy bombers raided Tripoli, Benghazi and Barce.

R60 R-boat
Sunk 14 September 1941, along with R61 and R62 due to sabotage in Helsinki, East dock.

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