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27th April 1941

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Events On This Day

Daylight attacks on factory and camp near Cologne, docks at Ymuiden and aerodrome at De Kooy. Kriegsmarine patrol vessel off Brittany hit.

The war against Italy, Enemy troops which had penetrated five miles across Egyptian frontier were halted by British tanks. Sudan Defence Corps captured Socota, Abyssinia. The British Royal Air Force (RAF) damaged motor transport and fired petrol dump at Alomata.

Slight Luftwaffe day activity over southeast coast. Heavy bombs fell at night on Portsmouth. One Luftwaffe raider destroyed.

In the Balkans, Wehrmacht forces entered Athens. British withdrawal continuing.

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