Today in World War II History—September 27, 1943
80 Years Ago—Sept. 27, 1943: On night of Sept. 26-27, Australian & British commandos enter Singapore Harbor on a fishing boat and sink or damage 7 Japanese ships with limpet mines.
US Eighth Air Force bombers have escort by P-47 Thunderbolt fighters all the way to targets in Germany for the first time.
Soviets take Temyruk, Russia, the last German-held port on the Black Sea.