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26th November 1941

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Events On This Day

Enemy patrol vessels and barges attacked in the Straits of Dover. Night attack on Emden and North West Germany as well as the docks at Ostend.

Russian Front, The Wehrmacht made small gains on Moscow front at the price of very heavy losses. Russian advance on Ukraine front.

In Africa, After regrouping and reinforcements on both sides, at second great tank battle began in Libya, mainly around Sidi Rezegh. To the south Indian troops captured Jalo. Afrika Corps armoured column crossed Egyptian frontier south of Sidi Omar, but was attacked and split up.

Lebanese independence proclaimed by Free France.

A fleet of 6 Japanese aircraft carriers commanded by Japanese Vice Admiral Chuichi Nagumo leaves Hitokapu Bay for Pearl Harbor under strict radio silence.

R178 R-boat
Launched 26 November 1941

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