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Diary March 12, 1943

German capital ship under ice and snow in Norway.
German capital ship under ice and snow in Norway.
WW2 War Diary for Friday, March 12, 1943:

Sea War

Arctic: Murmansk Arctic Convoys abandoned for the summer by British Admiralty following alarming reports that battlecruiser Scharnhorst has joined battleship Tirpitz and heavy cruiser Luetzow in North Norway.

Eastern Front

Central Sector: Russians occupy Vyazma (no resistance).

Air War

Britain: FW 190 fighter-bombers raid London.
Germany: 267 RAF bombers attacking Stuttgart and dropping 802t of bombs.


USA: British Foreign Minister Eden confers on Pacific War situation in Washington.

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