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Diary September 24, 1944

British paratroopers at Arnhem go into captivity.
British paratroopers at Arnhem are going into captivity.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, September 24, 1944:

Western Front

Renewed efforts to save British airborne forces at Arnhem.

Sea: War

Arctic: Anti-submarine nets foil attempted U-boat attack on Russian battleship Arkhangelsk (ex-HMS Royal Sovereign).
Mediterranean: British Aegean Force (including 7 carriers) lands troops to reoccupy Aegean Islands and mainland of Greece from September 24 – October 31.

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