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Diary March 13, 1941

Group of German soldiers ready for appeal
Group of German soldiers in Kristiansand (Norway) ready for appeal (Photo of grandfather of the author).
Diary for Thursday, March 13, 1941:

Air War

Britain: Devastating night raids on Glasgow and Clydeside (March 13-14 and 14-15); 35,000 homeless in Clydebank (total population 47,000). 460 killed, 750 seriously injured.

Home Fronts

Britain: Death of Tom Mann, Trade Union leader, aged 84.

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