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Diary March 1, 1943

British leaflets for the sabotage of traffic routes
British leaflets for the sabotage of traffic routes in France and Belgium.
WW2 War Diary for Monday, March 1, 1943:

Occupied Countries

France: Lens-Bethune railway line closed following derailment of 40 wagons by French Resistance Group ‘Farmer’.

Eastern Front

Central Sector: Russians recapture Demiansk.

Air War

Germany: First of 3 RAF night raids on Berlin in March; 251 bombers dropping 610 t of bombs.

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