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Diary March 2, 1941

DAK military parade in Tripoli
Panzers of the Afrika Korps (DAK) during the military parade in Tripoli. In order to deceive the enemy about the true strength, the vehicles took repeatedly part in the parade.
Diary for Sunday, March 2, 1941:

North Africa

Tripoli propaganda military parade of the Afrika Korps.

Air War

BOAC begin regular, clandestine, night flights between Northern Scotland and Stockholm, using modified Whitley bombers, carrying agents, diplomats, Swedish ball-bearings and electrical equipment, etc.

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