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Diary March 17, 1941

‘Polizia dell Africa Italiana’
A group of Italian black motorcyclists of the ‘Polizia dell Africa Italiana’ in East Africa, well-armed with the popular Beretta sub-machine gun.
Diary for Monday, March 17, 1941:

East Africa

Italians launch unsuccessful counter-attack in Eritrea.

Home Fronts

Britain: Jam and marmalade rationed to 8 oz. (225 g) per person per month.

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