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Diary September 19, 1940

RAF was bombing the port of Le Havre
The RAF was bombing the port of Le Havre at the French Channel coast, which is full loaded with German invasion ships.
Diary for Thursday, September 19, 1940:

Sea War

Hitler orders dispersal of invasion fleet to reduce losses from British bombing raids.

Home Fronts

Britain: Waterloo railway station reopened (bombed September 7).
Rhodesia: Fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Southern Rhodesia (today Zimbabwe).

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