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19th January 1941

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Events On This Day

The war against Italy, Cairo announced that Kassala in the Sudan, had been reoccupied by British troops.

The British Royal Air Force (RAF) Attacked motor transport and gun positions Southeast of Tessenei in Eritrea during the night of 18-19 January 1941. Massawa was twice raided on the same night, and raids were also made on Assab and Hargeisa. Reported that British officers and NCO's are in Abyssinia training and organising army against Italians.

At least 17 enemy aircraft brought down during raids on Malta.

Luftwaffe aircraft dropped bombs in South and Southeast England and in the London area, but raids were nowhere on a heavy scale.

Five Luftwaffe bombers destroyed during the night, four of them by antiaircraft fire.

The Greek War, the British Royal Air Force (RAF) Made a successful raid on Berat in Albania.

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