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Diary September 12, 1940

Kutno ghetto
Photo from the Kutno ghetto. A woman smiles shyly at the camera, as their was not really aware that the barbed wire is the final loss of freedom and soon of life for all of them.
Diary for Thursday, September 12, 1940:

Air War

RAF Bomber Command attacks Hamm marshalling yards for sixtieth time (night September 12-13).

Occupied countries

Poland: 500,000 Warsaw Jews to be confined in walled ghetto.

Neutrals

Vichy France: Five French schoolboys discover 10,000-year-old wall paintings of animals and hunters in Lascaux Cave (Dordogne).

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