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Today in World War II History—March 10, 1941

Vice Adm. Adolphus Andrews, WWII (US Naval History and Heritage Command: NH 56042)

Vice Adm. Adolphus Andrews, WWII (US Naval History and Heritage Command: NH 56042)

80 Years Ago—Mar. 10, 1941: Vice Adm. Adolphus Andrews assumes command of US Navy’s new North Atlantic Naval Coast Frontier (later called the Eastern Sea Frontier).

RAF Handley Page Halifax heavy bomber makes combat debut in raid to Le Havre in occupied France.

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