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Diary March 6, 1941

Greek anti-aircraft gun
Greek anti-aircraft gun ready for action.
Diary for Thursday, March 6, 1941:

Balkans

Greeks launch successful counter-attacks in central sector of Albanian front, capturing several vital mountain crags and taking 1,000 Italian prisoners. RAF and Greek aircraft fly in close support.

Home Fronts

Britain: Industrial dispute leads to strike at John Brown’s Shipyard, Clydeside.

Neutrals

USA: Death of John Gutzon Borglum, sculptor of the Mt. Rushmore Monument (gigantic rock-hewn busts of five US presidents), aged 70.

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