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Diary September 27, 1941

Fw 190 fighters follows a Spitfire
One of the new, superior Fw 190 fighters follows a Spitfire over the Channel coast.
Second World War Diary for Saturday, September 27, 1941:

Air War

Western Europe: Blenheim bombers, escorted by Spitfire V fighters, bomb Amiens rail junction; 21 German and 13 British fighters shot down. Losses of British Blenheim bombers not known. Debut of German Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A fighter.

Sea War

Mediterranean: Battleship HMS Nelson damaged by Italian aircraft torpedo south of Sardinia.

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