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Diary May 7, 1941

German heavy battery salvoes positions at Tobruk
A German heavy battery salvoes British positions at Tobruk in direct shelling.
Diary for Wednesday, May 7, 1941:

North Africa

Exchanges of artillery fire along Tobruk front.

Air War

Britain – First of two consecutive night raids on Hull: 40,000 homeless, food stores and marine engineering works hit.

Sea War

German weather ship München sunk in Arctic by British destroyers.

Home Fronts

Britain: Churchill wins Parliamentary vote of confidence by 447 votes to 3.

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