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Diary April 22, 1941

German advance through Thessaly
Hard German advance through Thessaly, after the already bad roads are softened by rain.
Diary for Tuesday, April 22, 1941:


LAST GREEK ARMY IN THRACE CAPITULATES. British forces begin to fall back.


Soviet protest to Germany over violations of Russian airspace by high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft – 80 such incidents having taken place, March 27 – April 18.

Greek and Italian Balkan Campaign losses:

Greek Army 15,700 (incl. Missing)?? 218,000
Italian Army 13,755 25,065 50,874 -

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