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Diary November 25, 1940

Mosquito Mk IV
One of the first batch Mosquito Mk IV bombers. It was the fastest aircraft in service in 1941. Build nearly completely from wood, it was the savest combat plane of WW2 (only 1/2 loss for every 100 missions).
Diary for Monday, November 25, 1940:

Air War

Slight German air activity over southeast England, but prototype De Havilland Mosquito makes uninterrupted maiden flight from Hatfield. RAF night raids on Kiel and Wilhelmshaven.

Sea War

Mediterranean: SS Patria blown up and sunk at Haifa by Zionist terrorist organization Irgun Zvai Leumi to prevent its use as deportation vessel for Palestinian Jews.

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