The Mason City Globe-Gazette mason City Iowa 24 July 1940 1

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of a two claimed command generals to be.nn Britain. 14,)00 of an a submarine, said. The as the destroyed declared had i» hilling roads, the ... 6 U 1 4 u, t atsauisi in It estuary east of London __f 1 , m-l. _ J-, . -- " · * · three A. F. raids mmi .TVJUI^U uuiiiig me day iro Ger- English channel to Scotland GERMAN MOTOR TORPED060ATS PUT TO CHASE 6 German Vessels Believed to Have Been on Scouting Expedition LONDON, U.R -- Great Britain reported officially Wednesday night that defense forces strengthened strengthened io the limit against the threat of a German blitzkrieg had driven off powerful German ;ierial bombing bombing squadrons and fumed back- German motor torpedo boats that approached the British isles. More than 100 planes participated participated in the biggest battle near the southeast coast, when German German bombers and fighters, al- cked a British convoy in a dar- thrust against the Thames The German air attack was resumed resumed during the day from the raiders declared. news com- submarine North sea by a 25C in officially reported loss of 12 Jerman and two British planes-but planes-but special interest was aroused by an admiralty statement that a British patrol had turned back six German torpedo boats that approached approached the coast. * ¥ *

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  2. 24 Jul 1940, Wed,
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