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Diary April 21, 1941

sunken Greek battleship Kilkis
The sunken Greek battleship Kilkis in the port of Piraeus.
Diary for Monday, April 21, 1941:

Air War

Balkans: German bombers and Ju 87 Stukas sink old Greek battleship Kilkis, 10 other warships and 43 merchant ships in Greek coastal waters (April 21-24).
Britain: PLYMOUTH BLITZ. Five devastating night raids, April 21-22 to April 29-30 by total of 640 bombers (17 lost). Few public buildings or houses escape damage; 750 killed, 30,000 homeless.

Home Fronts

Greece: New Government formed under Tsouderos, former Governor of Bank of Greece.

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