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Diary November 28, 1940

Messcherschmitt 109s in camouflaged revetments
Messerschmitt 109s in camouflaged revetments at their forward base in France.
Diary for Thursday, November 28, 1940:

Air War

Heavy night raid on Liverpool by 300 aircraft: parachute mine explosion kills 164, injures 96.
Spitfire fighters intercept Me 109E formation off Isle of Wight: Flt.-Lt. Dundas shoots down leading German ace Maj. Wick (56 victories), but is killed himself seconds later.

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