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Diary July 26, 1942


Pe-8 Bomber.
A 4,410lb (2000kg) bomb for a Petlyakov Pe-8 Bomber.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, July 26, 1942:

Air War

Eastern Front: Russian 8th Air Army and 4-engined Pe-8s of the ADD (‘Long-range Bombing Force’) carry out round-the-clock operations in support of hard-pressed 62nd Army, southwest of Stalingrad.
Germany: RAF Bomber Command drops 175,000 Ibs on Hamburg.

Home Fronts

Britain: Chocolates and confectionary rationed.

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