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Diary March 16, 1940

fully glazed nose section view of a He 111
The fully glazed nose section view of a He 111 during the attack on ships on the Scottish east coast.
Diary for Saturday, March 16, 1940:

Air War

German air raid on Scapa Flow by 32 bombers (2 lost). Cruiser Norfolk damaged; 7 naval and 8 civilian casualties, including James Isbister, first British civilian killed by enemy air action in WW2.


Argentina: Government deports crew of Admiral Graf Spee into the interior and forbids them to wear their uniforms.

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