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27th July 1941

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Events On This Day

British night raids on Dunkirk docks and aerodromes in Northern France. Mines extensively laid in enemy waters.

Russian Front, Moscow reported strenuous battles in progress near Smolensk and Zhitomir, and claimed that two Wehrmacht infantry divisions had been crushed, Berlin announced fall of Leningrad, but there was no confirmation.

In Africa, Heavy night attack on Benghazi.

Luftwaffe night air activity over Southeast London had first raid for seven weeks, but not on heavy scale. Four Luftwaffe bombers destroyed.

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