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Diary January 7, 1941

maritime marauder of the Battle of the Atlantic
The maritime marauder of the Battle of the Atlantic – the aptly-named Condor (Fw200), which helped the U-boats to prey upon Allied shipping.
Diary for Tuesday, January 7, 1941:

Sea War

Atlantic: Four-engined Fw 200 Condor reconnaissance bombers, based near Bordeaux transferred to operational command of Admiral Dönitz.
British corvette Anemone sinks large Italian submarine Nani northwest of Ireland.

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