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Diary May 4, 1940

Aerial picture from Narvik
Aerial picture from Narvik. The importance of the city was to be the clearly visible railway connection to Lulea for the Swedish iron.
Diary for Saturday, May 4, 1940:


British troops land at Mo, south of Narvik.

Sea War

Polish destroyer Grom bombed and sunk off Narvik.

Secret War

Papal Nuncio warns King Leopold of Belgium that German attack is imminent.

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