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Diary September 6, 1943

well camouflaged German heavy howitzer
Transport of a well camouflaged German heavy howitzer to a new firing position.
WW2 War Diary for Monday, September 6, 1943:

Eastern Front

Central Sector: Russian advance southeast of Smolensk temporarily halted by defence line from Yelnya to river Desna.

Air War

Mediterranean: ‘Round-the-clock’ bombing of airfields and communications around Naples.
Germany: 546 RAF bombers attacking Ludwigshafen and Mannheim and dropping 1,463t of bombs.

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