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Diary December 4, 1940

Greek anti-aircraft guns
Greek anti-aircraft guns moving forward to the front line.
Diary for Wednesday, December 4, 1940:


Greeks advance far into Albania and capture Premeti in the Southwest. Italians abandon important supply base of Argyrokastro, southwest Albania, and nearby port of Santi Quaranta.

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