June 1940

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The following events occurred in June 1940:

June 1, 1940 (Saturday)

June 2, 1940 (Sunday)

June 3, 1940 (Monday)

June 4, 1940 (Tuesday)

June 5, 1940 (Wednesday)

June 6, 1940 (Thursday)

June 7, 1940 (Friday)

June 8, 1940 (Saturday)

June 9, 1940 (Sunday)

June 10, 1940 (Monday)

June 11, 1940 (Tuesday)

June 12, 1940 (Wednesday)

June 13, 1940 (Thursday)

June 14, 1940 (Friday)

June 15, 1940 (Saturday)

June 16, 1940 (Sunday)

June 17, 1940 (Monday)

June 18, 1940 (Tuesday)

June 19, 1940 (Wednesday)

June 20, 1940 (Thursday)

Luftwaffe bombs fell on Dibden Parish Church in Hampshire. It was not fully restored until 1959

Contents

June 21, 1940 (Friday)

June 22, 1940 (Saturday)

June 23, 1940 (Sunday)

June 24, 1940 (Monday)

June 25, 1940 (Tuesday)

June 26, 1940 (Wednesday)

June 27, 1940 (Thursday)

June 28, 1940 (Friday)

June 29, 1940 (Saturday)

June 30, 1940 (Sunday)

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