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Diary November 3, 1940


Captured Italian officers in Greece
Captured Italian officers are transported by Greek soldiers for interviews.
Diary for Sunday, November 3, 1940:

Balkans

In Pindus Mountains Greeks defeat 3rd Alpini Division.

Sea War

Atlantic: German U-boat U 99 torpedoes two British armed merchant cruisers: Laurentic (18,700 t) and Patroclus (11,300 t).

Air War

Bad weather halts night Blitz on London for only second time since September 7-8. Some raiders over northeast England and east Scotland.
RAF bomb Kiel.

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