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24th September 1941

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Events On This Day

The British Admiralty announced torpedoing of an Italian minelayer, a transport and two supply ships in the Mediterranean.

Russian Front, The Wehrmacht claimed capture of Peterhov, 18 miles west of Leningrad. Budenny counter-attacked at Kherson, on the Dnieper. It was officially announced that one the British Royal Air Force (RAF) squadron in Russia had shot down 7 Luftwaffe planes for the loss of one fighter.

In the Mediterranean, Announcement of successful attacks on merchant shipping by Fleet Air Arm and bombers of the British Royal Air Force (RAF).

Luftwaffe day raider bombed Scottish east coast village. Few night bombs on Southeast coast. Allied Council at St. James's Palace, endorsed the Atlantic Charter.

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