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Diary September 1, 1942

Attack of a Catalina
Attack of a Catalina flightboat. This patrol aircraft has a range of more than 3,100 miles and can stay in the air for 24 hours.
WW2 War Diary for Tuesday, September 1, 1942:

Sea War

Atlantic: USN and RAF Catalinas defeat all attacks on Convoy SC.97 by U-boat group Vorwaerts (‘Onward’); U-756 sunk.

Home Front

Japan: Resignation of Foreign Minister Togo – only civilian in the Cabinet.

Air War

Germany: RAF night raid on Saarbruecken.

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