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Diary November 30, 1941


Russian riflemen advance into Rostov
Russian riflemen advance into Rostov. It was the first Russian city which was temporary recaptured by the Red Army.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, November 30, 1941:

Eastern Front

Operation Barbarossa: Hitler vetoes withdrawal from Rostov. Rundstedt resigns; replaced as commander of Army Group South by Reichenau.

Occupied Territories

Russia: Obergruppenfuehrer Prutzmann and Einsatzkommando 2 kill 10,600 Jews and Communists in Riga.

Sea War

Merchant shipping losses in November 1941: 31 Allied ships with 85,500 tons in Atlantic, 4 Allied ship with 19,140 tons elsewhere.
21 Axis ships with 73,940 tons in Mediterranean.
3 U-boats sunk in the Atlantic, Arctic or Baltic. 80 serviceable U-boats in Atlantic.

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