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Diary March 28, 1943


British troops using ladders to climb the sides of Wadi Zigzaou
British troops using ladders to climb the sides of Wadi Zigzaou, the most formidable obstacle along the Mareth Line.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, March 28, 1943:

Africa

Tunisia: British 8th Army captures Mareth; Axis forces abandon Mareth Line.

Home Fronts

Italy: German munition ship catches fire and explodes in Naples harbour (heavy casualties).

Air War

Germany: 329 RAF bombers attacking Berlin and dropping 873t of bombs.

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