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13 Jun 1940

  • British submarine HMS Grampus reported that naval mines had been deployed at the port of Augusta, Sicily, Italy. ww2dbase [Augusta, Sicilia | HM]
10 Jul 1940

  • Nine British Swordfish torpedo bombers from carrier HMS Eagle attacked Augusta, Sicily, Italy at 0940 hours, sinking destroyer Leone Pancaldo. ww2dbase [Eagle | Augusta, Sicilia | CPC]
17 Mar 1965

Photo(s) dated 17 Mar 1965
USS Shangri-La (left) and other ships of US Sixth Fleet at Augusta Bay, Sicily, Italy, 17 Mar 1965

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