Diary September 28, 1944

Lancasters were also used for tactical duties
Lancaster bombers were also used for tactical duties. This aircraft from No 576 Sqn was lost in September 1944 during an attack on Calais.
War Diary of World War One for Thursday, September 28, 1944:

Western Front

Germans surrender Calais Citadel after further heavy bomb­ing by RAF. German frogmen attempt to blow up bridge over river Waal at Nijmegen (night September 27-28).

Occupied Countries

Greece: All Greek Resistance groups and political factions agree to accept orders from Allied Supreme Commander in the Mediterranean and from Lt.-Gen. Scobie, commander of Allied operations in Greece.

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