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25th November 1941

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Events On This Day

The British Admiralty communiqué announced that surface patrols in the Mediterranean sank an enemy convoy of two supply ships on Monday.

Russian Front, Situation very serious in the Klin and Tula sectors of the Moscow front. Russia also reported hard fighting in the direction of Volokolamsk, Stalinogorsk and Rostov. Mr. Molotov sent a note to all non Axis powers protesting against the Wehrmacht's barbaric treatment of Russian prisoners.

In Africa, Cairo communique announced the entry of Indian troops into Augila, 100 miles of Jedabya. Afrika Corps attempt to smash a way out westward between the Imperial Army and the Tobruk garrison was checked by South African forces. Harbour at Benghazi bombed by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) during night of 24-25 November 1941. Raids also made on aerodromes at Benina and Berka. Nairobi communiqué stated that British columns had captured Tadda Ridge, seven miles from Gondar.

Widespread but small scale Luftwaffe activity over West of England at night. One Luftwaffe bomber was destroyed.

Mr. William C. Bullitt, former United States Ambassador to France, was given the post as President Roosevelt's personal envoy in the Near East.

United States troops arrived in Dutch. Guiana. President Pedro Cerda of Chile died,

Representatives of Axis countries and of puppet governments under their control went to Berlin to sign a protocol to the Anti-Communist pact.

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