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Diary February 22, 1941

 battlecruiser Gneisenau is firing her guns
The German battlecruiser Gneisenau is firing her guns on enemy vessels, pictured from her following sister ship Scharnhorst.
Diary for Saturday, February 22, 1941:

Sea War

Atlantic: German battle cruisers Gneisenau and Scharnhorst scatter convoy east of Newfoundland and sink 5 ships.

Air War

Ju 87 Stukas cripple British monitor Terror in Benghazi harbour (she sinks, in tow, February 23).

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