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Diary July 2, 1941

smashed metal statue of one of the Mercury's in front of the ruins of the Blackheads House
The smashed metal statue of one of the Mercury’s in front of the ruins of the Blackheads House, the most famous secular building in the old Hanseatic city of Riga, at the entry of German troops on the previous day.
Diary for Wednesday, July 2, 1941:

Air War

Western Europe: Bristol Blenheim bombers, with strong escort (includng American-volunteer ‘Eagle Squadron’), bomb airfield and rail junction near Lille.

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