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Diary August 30, 1940

Hungarian military parade
Hungarian military parade with CV tankettes in an obtained city of northern Transylvania after the Vienna Award.
Diary for Friday, August 30, 1940:

Politics

The Vienna Award: Hitler imposes settlement of territorial dispute between Hungary and Romania, under which the former is to receive northern Transylvania.

Air War

Battle of Britain (Day 52): devastating attacks on Biggin Hill airfield; Detling airfield also damaged. Vauxhall works at Luton bombed (50 killed).
Losses: German, 24; British, 20.
RAF night raid on Berlin.

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