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Diary April 20, 1943

88 gun in Tunisia
A 88mm Flak of the Luftwaffe is getting into position in Tunisia.
WW2 War Diary for Tuesday, April 20, 1943:

Africa

Tunisia: British 8th Army attacks Axis positions at Enfidaville, north of Sousse.

Air War

Germany: RAF night raids on Berlin and port of Stettin. First ‘nuisance’ raid on the capital by 11 Mosquito bombers (1 lost). Russians bomb Tilsit (East Prussia).

Home Fronts

Japan: Shigemitsu appointed Foreign Minister (replacing Tani).
Mexico: Roosevelt and President Camachio confer at Monterey.

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