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6th March 1941

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Events On This Day

Italian submarine Anlitrite attempted to attack British convoy in Aegean, but was sunk by escort craft.

The war against Italy, Cairo reported that forward elements of mechanised forces in Libya had again driven off enemy armoured fighting vehicles west of Agheila.

In Italian Somaliland Fer-Fer, 100 miles north-west of Bulo Burti, had been occupied, Considerable British Royal Air Force (RAF) activity in Eritrea, particularly in Keren area.

Many raids by single Luftwaffe aircraft during day. Bombs fell in East Anglia and Kent and at one point in London area. At night Luftwaffe raiders were over northeast coast.

Luftwaffe bomber shot down in Channel.

The Greek War, Athens reported energetic, and successful artillery action. In central area Greeks captured new positions which had been well fortified by the enemy.

R67 R-boat
Launched 6 March 1941

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The Second Great War.
Edited by Sir John Hamilton

The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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