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Diary August 11, 1943

German infantry squad around their 3.7cm PAK 36
German infantry squad around their 3.7cm PAK 36, near Kharkov.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, August 11, 1943:

Eastern Front

Southern Sector: German forces in Kharkov face threat of encirclement; Poltava-Kharkov railway cut in 3 places, west of city.

Sea War

Adriatic: British submarine Parthian missing (mined?).
Channel: 5 German E-boats hit by British fighter-bombers.

Air War

Britain: 70-plane night raid on Plymouth; other bombers attack ‘military installations’ in Bournemouth.

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