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Diary May 12, 1941

British armour shipped to the Middle East
British armour shipped to the Middle East, still in UK livery.
Diary for Monday, May 12, 1941:

Sea War

MediterraneanOperation Tiger: 240 British tanks delivered to Alexandria.

Home Fronts

Britain: Charles, Earl of Suffolk and Berks., a volunteer bomb-disposal officer, is killed attempting to defuse delayed-action bomb in London: aged 35.
Germany – official statement on the Hess Affair: Deputy Führer suffering from ‘hallucinations and a mental disease’.

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