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Diary July 14, 1943


Captured British soldiers on Sicily
Captured British soldiers are interviewed by German paratrooper officers on Sicily.
WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, July 14, 1943:

Mediterranean

Sicily: Germans counter-attack at Augusta. British capture Primo Solo Bridge, south of Catania. First issue of ‘Eighth Army News’ published in Syracuse; edited by Warwick Charlton.

Air War

Germany: 161 RAF bombers attacking Duisburg and dropping 342t of bombs.

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