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Diary January 26, 1941

Lieutenant-Colonel Janari, commander of the Italian 2nd Spahis Colonial Cavalry Regiment
Lieutenant-Colonel Janari, commander of the Italian 2nd Spahis Colonial Cavalry Regiment, who took the British Sudanese town of Kassala in July 1940. He couldn’t prevent the British advance from there to Eritrea.
Diary for Sunday, January 26, 1941:

East Africa

British capture Biscia in Eritrea.

Politics

Wendell Willkie, defeated US presidential candidate, visits London.

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