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Incase you missed the ceremony in London for the Bomber Command: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01kbyml/A_Tribute_to_Bomber_Command/ Advertisements
Tuesday March 19th 1940 Air Ministry announced that, following German raid on Orkneys RAF bombers damaged German air base at Hornum on island of Sylt. Action was still in progress at midnight. Important debates took place in both House of … Continue reading
Wednesday 13th March, 1940 Finnish Foreign Minister, M. Tanner broadcast official confirmation of peace agreement and its terms. Later he announced that Finland, Norway and Sweden are to discuss formation of defensive alliance. Fighting continued on nearly all Finnish fronts … Continue reading
Sixty Eight years ago, on double British Summer Time, service-men from Allied Expeditionary Force were preparing to invade Fortress Europe by sea and air. I was trying to find two clips this year that encapsulate the D-Day landings, as yet … Continue reading
Thursday March 17th 1940 Fighting continued on ice of Vippuri Bay, where Russians made repeated attacks in attempt to obtain footing on western shore. They were stated to have achieved some success north of Lake Ladoga. Helsinki announced that Russia had offered … Continue reading
Thursday 29th February 1940 Russians claimed to be within four miles of Viipur and to be preparing final assault on town. Finns repulsed three attempts by Russians to cross Taipale river, and frustrated an attack near Pitkaerantae, north-east of Lake … Continue reading
Thursday, February 22, 1940 Further naval awards were announced in recognition of gallantry in battle with ‘Graf Spee.’ Two Heinkel bombers shot down by RAF, one in Berwickshire, the other in sea off Northumberland coast. Russians reported to have lost … Continue reading