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Diary October 20, 1942

Italian 4-engined heavy bomber Piaggio P.108B
Italian 4-engined heavy bomber Piaggio P.108B, which was the heaviest and most powerful bomber of Axis air forces in WW2. Only 163 were built and the Duce’s son, Bruno Mussolini, was killed in one.
WW2 War Diary for Tuesday, October 20, 1942:

Air War

Mediterranean: Fighter-bomber raids on Malta. Italian 4-engined night raiders intercepted by RAF fighters over Gibraltar and forced to jettison bombs over Spanish territory, causing damage and casualties.

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