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Diary March 10, 1941

Handley Page Halifax bombers before the start.
Handley Page Halifax bombers before the start. Together with the Avro Lancaster the new Halifax (6,176 build) was becoming the standard bomber of the RAF.
Diary for Monday, March 10, 1941:

Air War

Europe: Handley Page Halifax four-engined bombers attack Le Havre (night March 10-11).
Britain: Heavy night raid on Portsmouth (repeated March 10-11).

Occupied countries

Petain appeals to USA for food.

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