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BRITISH NAVAL FORCE SINKS THREE EBOATS 19 SEPTEMBER 1944 HARWICH

BRITISH NAVAL FORCE SINKS THREE EBOATS 19 SEPTEMBER 1944 HARWICH

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BRITISH NAVAL FORCE SINKS THREE E-BOATS. 19 SEPTEMBER 1944, HARWICH. THE FRIGATE HMS STAYNER RETURNED WITH PRISONERS PICKED UP DURING.

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BRITISH NAVAL FORCE SINKS THREE E-BOATS. 19 SEPTEMBER 1944, HARWICH. THE FRIGATE HMS STAYNER RETURNED WITH PRISONERS PICKED UP DURING THE BRISK ENGAGEMENT ...

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