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Diary March 3, 1944

submarine Sunfish of the S class, together with Ursula (U class)
The submarine Sunfish of the S class, together with Ursula (U class), were handed over to the Soviet navy.
WW2 War Diary for Friday, March 3, 1944:

Home Fronts

USA: Roosevelt announces that Italian Fleet is to be distributed equally between USA, Britain and USSR (in the event, Russia receives British and American ships in lieu).

Air War

Germany: P-38 Lightnings carry out sweep over Berlin.

Mediterranean

Italy: Germans cease bombardment of Anzio beachhead.

Occupied Territories

Greece: Resistance groups EDES (Royalist) and ELAS (Communist) sign ‘cease-fire’ agreement and promise to co-operate against Germans.

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