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Diary October 13, 1941

 light cruiser Koeln (Cologne)
The light cruiser Koeln (Cologne) of the Koenigsberg class was completed in 1930. The ship bodies were still designed in the First World War.
WW2 War Diary for Monday, October 13, 1941:

Sea War

Baltic: Russian submarine Shch-323 attacks German light cruiser Koeln and 7 merchant ships (October 13-November 5), but sinks only one of the latter.
Germans occupy Dago Island (Baltic).

Air War

Russia: German Luftwaffe bomb railways in Moscow sector.

Occupied countries

Holland: General Berenschot, commander of Dutch East Indies Army, killed in air crash; aged 54.

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