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Diary October 28, 1944

Bruno bunker Bergen
Interior of Bruno U-boat pen in Bergen after WW2. The U-boats are replaced with subs of the Norwegian Navy.
Not one German casualty was inflicted through the RAF raid though once again there was considerable loss of civilian life. No damage was suffered by the bunker interior. The bunkers in Bergen survived the war intact.
War Diary for Saturday, October 28, 1944:

Air War

Europe: 700 RAF bombers raid Cologne. Lancaster bombers attack U-boat pens at Bergen (Norway).

Politics

ALLIED-BULGARIAN ARMISTICE signed in Moscow: Bulgaria to relinquish occupied areas of Greece and Yugoslavia; pay reparations and deliver foodstuffs to same.

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