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6th November 1941

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Events On This Day

Night attacks on Wilhelmshaven, Hamburg and North West Germany as well as extensive minelaying operations in enemy Waters.

Russian Front, Little change in the general situation. The Wehrmacht claimed Sebastopol under fire. Stalin spoke on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the Russian Revolution He estimated the Wehrmacht losses in Russia at 4,500,000.

In the Mediterranean, Augusta and Licata, Sicily, raided on night of 5-6 November 1941, Naples raided on night of 6-7 November 1941.

In Africa, Aerodrome at Castel Benito raided during night of 5-6 November 1941. Benghazi also attacked.

Ban on coast visits between the, Wash and the Thames and from Littlehampton to Hastings suspended until 15 February 1942. A few Luftwaffe bombs were dropped by night in East Anglia and Southeast England.

R87 R-boat
Launched 6 November 1941

R177 R-boat
Launched 6 November 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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