Bardia


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Bardia:

see BardiyahBardiyah
or Bardia
, town, NE Libya, a port on the Mediterranean Sea, near the Egyptian border. During World War II it was the most strongly defended Italian position in the British campaign (Dec., 1940–Feb., 1941) in Libya.
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By Christmas Day 1940, Ryan, known as Micky, had moved to Bardia, eastern Libya, where he had to wait in "Hell Fire Pass".
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