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Diary March 18, 1943

German column with anti-tank guns, infantry and tanks
German column with anti-tank guns, infantry and tanks is advancing forward in Russian snow.
WW2 War Diary for Thursday, March 18, 1943:

Eastern Front

Southern Sector: Panzers reach Belgorod on river Donets, northeast of Kharkov.

Air War

Britain: 2 unsuccessful night raids on Norwich (March 18-19 and 28-29). Further raid in October equally unsuccessful.
Germany: B-17 Fortress and B-24 Liberator bombers attack Vegesack U-boat building yard near Bremen; fierce fighter opposition.

Occupied Territories

Lebanon: Provisional Government under Dr Ayoub Tabet.

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