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At Gestapo headquarters in Warsaw people were often murdered in the holding cells simply by pointing the barrel of the gun through the spy hole and shooting. The damage to the wall opposite was created by numerous bullet strikes. Who knows how many people died in this spot.
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Dates in History
23rd April 1918
World War I: The British Navy, commanded by Admiral Keyes, raids the German submarine base at Zeebrugge.
Zeebrugge & Ostend Raids
(Paperback - 216 pages)
by Stephen McGreal
The unrestricted U-Boat war threatened the very survival of Britain, whose reliance on imported food and war materials was her Achilles' Heel. A significant element of the German submarine fleet operated from the occupied Belgian ports of Zeebrugge and Ostend. After careful planning the Royal Navy launched audacious attacks on…
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