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Diary October 19, 1943

 Beaufighter firing rockets
The Beaufighter is a deadly aircraft for enemy ships. This Mk VIC is firing rockets on it’s target.
WW2 War Diary for Tuesday, October 19, 1943:

Air War

Mediterranean: B-25 Mitchell bombers and Beaufighters attack convoys north of Crete (October 19 and 20). German prison ship Sinfra sunk (566 men rescued).

Politics

Britain: London Protocol signed; Britain, USA and Canada to step up supplies to Soviets.
USSR – SECOND MOSCOW CONFERENCE (October 19-November 1): war criminals to be punished. Declaration on post-war status of Italy, Austria and China.

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