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Diary September 11, 1940

radar towers on the British coast at Dover
The radar towers on the British coast at Dover in the German telescope.
Diary for Wednesday, September 11, 1940:

Air War

Dover suffers its worst attack of the war.

Sea War

Vichy French squadron (3 cruisers and 3 destroyers) makes high-speed dash in daylight through Straits of Gibraltar, eludes British Force H and reaches Dakar, French West Africa (night September 14-15).

Home Fronts

Britain: Lord Mayor of London opens Air Raid Relief Fund; £5 Millions received by October 5.

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