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13th February 1942

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Events On This Day

The British Royal Air Force (RAF) bombers carried out offensive night raids on Cologne, Aachen, and the docks at Le Havre.

Russian Front, Red Army troops reported to have entered White Russia. Krasnograd, 70 miles South West of Kharkov, claimed to be recaptured. Big battle around Zhisdra, on the central front.

Far East, Japanese pressure on Singapore increased hourly. In Burma more heavy fighting in the Pa-an area.

United States Navy Department announced that in the combined air and sea attack on the Japanese bases in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands on 1 February 1942, the enemy ships sunk included one modern cruiser, two oceangoing submarines, one 17,000 ton liner, three 10,000 ton tankers, five 5,000 ton cargo boats, two auxiliaries, two minesweepers, and a number of tugs and small craft.

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