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Diary April 22, 1943

Me 323 Gigant transport plane under attack
Picture from this day: Giant Messerschmitt Me 323 Gigant transport plane under attack from a RAF B-26 Marauder over Gulf of Tunis.
World War One Diary for Thursday, April 22, 1943:

Air War

Mediterranean: 16 giant Me 323 transports shot down over Gulf of Tunis by RAF and SAAF Spitfire and P-40 Kittyhawk fighters.

Africa

Tunisia: British 1st Army attacks at Bou Arada, south of Tunis.

Occupied Territories

Poland – Warsaw Ghetto: SS troops destroy fortified factory buildings with point-blank artillery fire and explosives.

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