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Today in World War II History—April 20, 1941

Luftwaffe Ju 87 Stukas bombing Greek battleship Kilkis at Salamis, Greece, 23 April 1941 (US Naval History & Heritage Command NH 54431)

Luftwaffe Ju 87 Stukas bombing Greek battleship Kilkis at Salamis, Greece, 23 April 1941 (US Naval History & Heritage Command NH 54431)

80 Years Ago—Apr. 20, 1941: Greek forces in Albania surrender to the Germans.

In Greece, the German Luftwaffe bombs Athens and Piraeus, sinking five ships—heavy raids will continue for next three days.

Riot between Sikhs and Muslims in Bombay, India, leads to 400 casualties.

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