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Diary December 1, 1940

U-boat in heavy seas
A surfaced German U-boat in heavy seas.
Diary for Sunday, December 1, 1940:

Sea War

Armed merchant cruiser Forfar (16,400 t) sunk by U-99 west of Ireland. Free-Norwegian liner Oslofjord (18,700 t) and a British tanker mined and sunk off the Tyne in North Sea.

Home Fronts

Italy: Rationing of flour, rice, spaghetti and macaroni.

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