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Diary September 6, 1942


German long-range railway gun 'Langer Bruno'
German long-range railway gun ‘Langer Bruno’ is firing across the Channel.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, September 6, 1942:

Home Fronts

Britain: British and German cross-Channel guns exchange fire for an hour.

Air War

Britain: Debut of Me 210 fighter-bomber: 2 shot down by RAF Hawker Typhoons over Northern Yorkshire coast. Night raid on Sunderland.
Western Europe: B-17 Fortress attack Rouen marshalling yards.

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