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Diary September 2, 1942

PoWs Dieppe
Allied PoWs of the failed raid are led through Dieppe.
WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, September 2, 1942:

Home Fronts

Germany: German High Command threatens to put all British prisoners captured at Dieppe in chains, as a reprisal for murdering of German PoWs by Canadian indians by neck slings during the Dieppe raid.

Air War

Atlantic: FW 200 Condor shot down over Iceland by US fighters.
Germany: RAF drops 8,000 lb bombs on Karlsruhe.

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