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Diary September 2, 1940

engine of a Me 110 is exploding
The port engine of a Me 110 is exploding by fire with tracer bullets by an British fighter.
Diary for Monday, September 2, 1940:

Air War

Heavy raids on airfields. Serious damage at Detling and Eastchurch (bomb dump explodes). Surprise low-level attack on Biggin Hill. Fighter-bomber unit Erpr.Grp.210 suffers heavy losses (8 Me 110s). Small-scale night raids on Birmingham, Liverpool and Cardiff. Mines dropped in Thames Estuary (similar operations on six other nights in September 1940).

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