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10th September 1942

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Events On This Day

A powerful force of British Royal Air Force bombers raiding Düsseldorf made the heaviest attack yet made on a moonless night.

Russian Front. Three more places West of Stalingrad evacuated by Russians. Street battles took place in Novorossisk between the Wehrmacht forces and the Russian defenders.

In Africa. Our mobile columns and artillery engaged Erwin Rommel's panzers tanks West of, Hemeimat.

In the Indian Ocean. British troops began further military operations in Madagascar, making widespread landings on the west coast.

In Australasia. Fighting in New Guinea took a graver turn as the Japanese forces outflanked our positions in the gap in the Owen Stanley Range.

Eleventh Air Force. Weather, photo reconnaissance, and patrol missions are flown during morning over Tanaga, Nazan Bay, Adak, and Amchitka. Poor weather is encountered at Kiska, Attu, and Agattu.

M261 Minesweeper
Commissioned 10 September 1942

M421 Minesweeper
Commissioned 10 September 1942

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