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Diary February 21, 1941


Day off of German soldiers
Day off of German soldiers in February 1941 in Kristiansand, Norway (Photo of the grandfather of the author).
Diary for Friday, February 21, 1941:

Home Fronts

Canada: Sir Frederick Banting, discoverer of insulin treatment for diabetics and Nobel Prize winner, killed in air crash whilst flying to England; aged 49.
Italy: 50 per cent cut in rations of olive oil, cooking fats and butter.

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