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Today in World War II History—September 10, 1941

Corvette HMCS Moose Jaw, 1941 (Canadian Navy photo: H-2693)

Corvette HMCS Moose Jaw, 1941 (Canadian Navy photo: H-2693)

80 Years Ago—Sept. 10, 1941: In convoy SC-42 off Greenland, Canadian corvettes Moose Jaw and Chambly sink U-501, the first U-boat sunk by Canadian ships.

First US-made B-24 Liberator bombers leave for Britain for use by the RAF under Lend-Lease.

Cab Calloway records “Blues in the Night.”

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