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Diary September 1, 1940

Hurricane alarm start
Alarm Start a squadron of Hawker Hurricane fighters.
Diary for Sunday, September 1, 1940:

Air War

Battle of Britain (Day 54): four major attacks on fighter airfields in the Southeast; Biggin Hill again badly damaged.
First RAF raid on Munich targets are BMW works and railway sidings; Fiat works, Turin, also attacked.

Sea War

Italian submarine command BETASOM established at Bordeaux.

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