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Diary June 9, 1941


camel patrol in the Middle East
A Vichy-French forces Potez 25 TOE reconaissance plane flies over a camel patrol in the Middle East.
Diary for Monday, June 9, 1941:

Middle East

Allied forces occupy Tyre and cross river Litani (Lebanon).

Sea War

Mediterranean: Vichy destroyers Guepard and Valmy bombard Australian troops advancing along coast of Lebanon, but are driven off by 4 British destroyers (2 damaged).

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