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Diary April 7, 1941

German soldiers hauled down a Greek war flag
German soldiers hauled down a Greek war flag from the Metaxas Line at the northern frontier of Greece.
Diary for Monday, April 7, 1941:


Germans capture Skopje, southern Yugoslavia.

North Africa

Rommel captures Derna and two important British Generals (Neame and O’Connor).

Home Fronts

Britain: Government Budget for 1941-42: income tax increased by 1s 6d to 10s in the £.

Air War

Europe: Heavy RAF night raid on Kiel shipyards.

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