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Diary May 13, 1941

German Heinkel He 111 bomber of Sonderkommando (special unit) Junck
A German Heinkel He 111 bomber of Sonderkommando (special unit) Junck with poorly repainted swastika on the tail fin and Iraqi insignia on the fuselage.
Diary for Tuesday, May 13, 1941:

Air War

RAF receive confirmation that German aircraft are operating over Iraq.

Home Fronts

Germany: Martin Bormann appointed Nazi Party Chancellor as successor of Hess.

Sea War

Atlantic: Armed British merchant cruiser Salopian (10,500 t.) sunk by German U-boat U-98 southeast of Greenland.
Mediterranean: British sub Undaunted sunk by Italian torpedo boat Pleiadi off Tripoli.

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