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Diary August 18, 1943


Photo-reconaissance picture of Peenemunde after raid
Photo-reconaissance picture of Peenemuende, the German rocket development research center, taken after the 17-18 August 1943 night attack, which was done by RAF Lancaster bombers, clearly show how effective this raid was.
WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, August 18, 1943:

Sea War

Mediterranean: British submarine Saracen sunk by Italian corvette Minerva off Bastia.

Politics

Portugal: Anglo-Portuguese Agreement on establishment of air bases in Azores.

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