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Diary November 13, 1939

Do 17  long-range reconnaissance aircraft
The most numerous long-range reconnaissance aircraft of the Luftwaffe at the beginning of WW2 is the Dornier Do 17.
War Diary for Monday, November 13, 1939:

Air War

Germans bomb Shetland Islands. No casualties, only one rabbit killed.
Air raid warning in Paris, anti-aircraft guns engage German reconnaissance aircraft.

Sea War

Royal Navy destroyer Blanche mined and sunk off Thames Estuary. She is the first British destroyer to be lost.

Neutrals

Holland: Prime Minister de Geer justifies recent defense measures and declares that the immediate danger is over.

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