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Diary September 7, 1941

 Russian battleship Marat
The Russian battleship Marat (front) on sea.
Diary for Sunday, September 7, 1941:

Sea War

Baltic: Russian battleship Marat – trapped at Leningrad – bombards German forces attempting to encircle city. Bombardment supplemented by sister ship Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya, September 8.
Atlantic: German gunnery training ship Bremse – employed as troop-ship escort – sunk near North Cape by British cruisers Aurora and Nigeria.

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