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Diary September 9, 1941

View through a German telescope on Leningrad
View through a German telescope over the Neva on the shipyard and factories of Leningrad. The visible cylindrical containers on this side of the river are oil tanks.
Diary for Tuesday, September 9, 1941:

Eastern Front

Operation Barbarossa, Siege of Leningrad: Finns halt on northern outskirts of Leningrad (Finnish CinC having refused German demands to assist in the final assault).

Air War

Italy: Stirling and Halifax bombers raid Turin (night September 9-10).

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