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25th March 1941

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Events On This Day

The British Admiralty announced that Mediterranean Fleet had been operating during period 21-24 March 1941, covering convoy movements. Kriegsmarine merchant ship Oder, trying to escape from Massawa, reported captured by the sloop HMS Shoreham.

Bomber Command aircraft attacked small enemy convoy off Dutch coast. Antiaircraft ship damaged off Ameland and naval patrol vessel near Borkum bombed.

The war against Italy, Imperial forces approaching Harar. Operations North West of Negelli developing successfully. Further positions covering Keren gained. The British Royal Air Force (RAF) carried out numerous raids supporting land operations in Eritrea and Abyssinia. The British Royal Air Force (RAF) bombed aerodromes at Scarpanto and Calato and shipping at Astropalia island (Dodecanese).

Luftwaffe aircraft active round coast. Bombs fell on town on south coast and at place in West of England.

In the Balkans, Yugoslav Premier and Foreign Minister signed Axis Pact in Vienna.

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