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24th November 1941

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Events On This Day

Stirlings of Bomber Command made a successful attack on Kriegsmarine shipping off Dutch coast.

Russian Front, The Wehrmacht drove deep wedge into Russian lines near Klin, North West of Moscow. Battles raged around Volokolamsk, Mojaisk, Narafominsk and Tula. Russian counter-attacks successful in Leningrad area and in Donetz sector. The Wehrmacht claimed capture of Solnechaya Gora, 30 miles North West of Moscow.

In Africa, New Zealand units captured Gambut. Italian garrison at Gialo Oasis, 150 miles south of Benghazi, overpowered by British motorised column. From Abyssinia it was reported that an Italian sortie from Gondar was defeated.

One Luftwaffe raider destroyed in slight night raid over Britain.

President Roosevelt authorised Lease Lend aid to General de Gaulle's forces. United States troops sent to Dutch Guiana to protect the bauxite mines.

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The Second Great War.
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The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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