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Diary January 4, 1941

Free-French camel troopers
Free-French camel troopers of a Saharan company.
Diary for Saturday, January 4, 1941:

North Africa

The Murzuk Raid: A small force of Tuareg and Tibesti tribesmen under Free French officers cross 485 km of desert from Chad to Murzuk Oasis, South Libya, and destroy Italian air base.

Air War

Europe: RAF night raids on Brest naval base.

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