Diary November 24, 1943

Berlin 8 hours after the third RAF night raid from November 24, 1943

Berlin 8 hours after the third RAF night raid from November 24, 1943: Some areas in the city center are still burning around the Kurfuerstendamm.

WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, November 24, 1943:

Home Fronts

Germany: Goebbels issues proclamation to citizens of Berlin: ‘Our will to win is unshakable.’ He exhorts Berliners to defy RAF terror attacks.

Mediterranean

Italy: British 8th Army crosses Lower Sangro River on 8-km front.

Air War

Mediterranean: US bombers sink 4 ex-French warships at Toulon.

Sea War

Pacific: Escort carrier Liscombe Bay sunk by Japanese sub I-175 off Makin.

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