Sarema


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Sa·re·ma

 (sär′ə-mä′)
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In the small hours of August 8, 1941, at least three Il-4s of the 1st Mine-Torpedo Regiment of the Red Banner Baltic Fleet (Kraznozamyonny Baltiki Flot), flying from bases on Sarema island at the mouth of the Gulf of Riga, penetrated to the centre of the German capital, damaging twenty passenger carriages at the Stettiner Railway Station, wrecking an inoperative margarine factory and kilhng six civilians.
The Samogitians' courage and spirit served as an example for all Baltic tribes: from Prussians to Sarema Estonians.
In the small hours of August 8th, 1941, at least three Il-4s of the Red Banner Baltic Fleet, flying from bases on Sarema Island at the mouth of the Gulf of Riga, penetrated to the centre of the German capital, damaging twenty passenger carriages at the Stettiner Railway Station, knocking out a margarine factory and killing six civilians.