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Diary June 4, 1943

Junkers Ju 88 engaged in night operations over Russia
Junkers Ju 88 engaged in night operations over Russia. Note the black paint daubed over the national markings and unit identification letters.
WW2 War Diary for Friday, June 4, 1943:

Air War

Eastern Front – First of series of Luftwaffe raids on industrial centres in Russia: Night raid on Gorki (Nsihni Novgorod) great tank-manufacturing centre on the Volga, east of Moscow. First of series of strategic raids by Luftwaffe on industrial centres along the Volga during June.
Mediterranean: B-24 Liberators bomb Grossaglie airfield (South Italy). Wellington night bombers attack Milo airfield (Sicily).

Neutrals

Argentinia: Military coup topples President Castillo.

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