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7th October 1941

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Events On This Day

Russian Front, Terrific Wehrmacht onslaught along 350 miles of the central front from Valdai Hills to Bryansk.

In the Mediterranean, The British Admiralty announced eleven more Axis ships sunk or seriously damaged by torpedoes. Piraeus, port of Athens, attacked by bombers of the British Royal Air Force (RAF) on night of 6-7 October 1941, Tripoli harbour also attacked.

Greatest Army manoeuvres ever held in Britain ended, Luftwaffe night raiders over South Wales and coasts of South and West England.

Arrangements for repatriation of British and German sick and wounded prisoners of war finally cancelled.

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