geographical name city & port NE Libya population 34,200

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  • Tobruk — /təˈbrʊk/ (say tuh brook) noun a small seaport in eastern Libya; the scene of much fighting during World War II; taken from Italian forces by British, Australian and other Commonwealth forces in January 1941; recaptured by German forces in June… …   Australian English dictionary

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