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Today in World War II History—March 20, 1941

Norwegian sailors help clean up after Plymouth Blitz, 21 March 1941 (Imperial War Museum: A 3546)

Norwegian sailors help clean up after Plymouth Blitz, 21 March 1941 (Imperial War Museum: A 3546)

80 Years Ago—Mar. 20, 1941: German Luftwaffe bombs Plymouth, England right after a visit by King George and Queen Elizabeth.

British and Indian troops take Hargeisa in Italian-occupied British Somaliland.

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