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19th November 1941

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Events On This Day

The British Admiralty announced that one E-Boat had been sunk, and that two had probably been sunk and others damaged during night engagement off East Coast.

Russian Front, Particularly fierce fighting in the Rostov, Kalinin and Volokolamsk sectors.

In the Mediterranean, Naples and Brindisi raided by by the British Royal Air Force.

In Africa, British forces penetrated to a depth of 50 miles on a front of 130 miles.

Vichy government dismissed General Weygan from his post as Delegate General in North Africa and Commander-In-Chief of the French forces in Algeria. General Juin appointed Commander-In-Chief of the French forces in North Africa.

R88 R-boat
Launched 19 November 1941

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