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4th June 1941

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Events On This Day

The British Royal Air Force (RAF) continued attacks on enemy shipping and coastal targets. Three raids on Bonlogne, Hits on Zeebrugge mole. During patrols over Channel and Straits one Luftwaffe bomber and three fighters were destroyed.

In Africa, Cairo announced that there had been stern fighting round Debareeh, Abyssinia, recently captured by Patriot forces.

Near East, It was stated that German infiltration into Syria continued by land, sea and air. The British Royal Air Force (RAF) bombed aerodrome at Kattavia, Rhodes by night. Heavy night raid on Alexandria.

Luftwaffe bombs fell during day at a place on northeast coast of Scotland. Heavy Luftwaffe night raid on a West Midlands area. Other Luftwaffe machines reported over districts in northeast, East Anglia, and southeast. Six Luftwaffe day and five night raiders destroyed.

Former German Kaiser, Wilhelm II, died at Doorn, Holland.

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The Second Great War.
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2194 Days Of War.
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