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Diary July 30, 1941

 carrier HMS 'Furious'.
Swordfish aircraft fly over the carrier HMS ‘Furious’.
Diary for Wednesday, July 30, 1941:

Sea War

Polar Sea: British carriers Victorious and Furious raid Petsamo (Finland) and Kirkenes (Norway). 13 of 29 aircraft from Victorious are shot down over Kirkenes.

Secret War

Pacific: 17 Japanese ‘fishing boats’, each equipped with radio transmitters and cameras and carrying a reserve officer of the Imperial Japanese Navy, detained off Hawaii.

Neutrals

China: Japanese bomb Chungking; US gunboat Tutuila hit.

Politics

Polish-Russian Agreement signed in London. Harry Hopkins in Moscow to discuss US aid.

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