Italian Navy ambushed again
13th December 1941: Two Italian cruisers sunk in minutes with no loss to the Royal Navy in the 'Action off Cap Bon'
The Crusader battles in North Africa continued and there was a desperate need for the Italians to resupply their aircraft with fuel. Their supplies were so low they were unable to provide cover to incoming convoys.
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