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Diary May 30, 1940

 port of Dunkirk
The port of Dunkirk with it’s wrecked British and French ships.
Diary for Thursday, May 30, 1940:

Sea War

53,800 troops evacuated from Dunkirk. French destroyer Bourrasque sunk by artillery fire and mine damage; three British destroyers damaged by bombing. Three large transports sunk.

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