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Diary October 7, 1943

Fw 190 fighter-bomber rolls on a runway in southern Italy
A Fw 190 fighter-bomber rolls on a runway in southern Italy to strike advancing allied troops.
WW2 War Diary for Thursday, October 7, 1943:

Mediterranean

Italy: US 5th Army enters Capua, on river Volturno, 32 km north of Naples.

Eastern Front

Central Sector: Russians capture Nevel, west of Velikie Luki.

Sea War

Mediterranean: British cruisers Penelope and Sirius, with two destroyers, annihilate German troop convoy making for Kos Island (Agean).

Secret War

Britain: Bohr (Atomic physicist escaped from Denmark to Sweden on September 30, 1943) flies to Scotland.

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