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19th September 1941

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Events On This Day

Netherlands Admiralty announced that a Dutch submarine had sunk two Italian supply ships in the Mediterranean. Night attacks included a heavy raid on the Baltic port of Stettin and objectives near Nantes, in France.

Russian Front, The Wehrmacht claimed the capture of Kiev and announced that the armies of Gerd von Rundstedt and Fedor von Bock had joined forces beyond that city. The Wehrmacht claimed to have reached Poltava, 85 miles from Kharkov.

In Iran, A British column occupied the inner suburbs of Teheran. Other British troops occupied the Skoda machine gun factory east of the city.

Luftwaffe bombs dropped in the Thames Estuary area during a daylight raid.

M321 Minesweeper
Commissioned 19 September 1941

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