Diary for Saturday, September 14, 1940:
Bombs dropped on Kingston, Wimbledon, Brighton, Eastbourne, Ipswich and in Northwestern England. These relatively successful daylight raids in cloudy weather encourage Göring to believe that Fighter Command is weakening.
Losses: German, 8; British, 13.
Bomber Command sinks many invasion barges in ports between Boulogne and Antwerp.