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Diary April 29, 1942

Hitler confers with his leading generals and Mussolini
On April 29, Hitler confers with his leading generals and Mussolini about the warfare in the Mediterranean.
WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, April 29, 1942:

Politics

Germany: Hitler and Mussolini confer near Salzburg (April 29 and 30).

Southeast Asia

Burma: JAPANESE CUT BURMA ROAD by seizing town of Lashio.

Pacific

Philippines: Japanese 240-mm howitzers pound Corregidor.

Occupied Territories

Belgium: 250 killed in explosion at chemical works in Tessenderloo.

Home Fronts

Britain: Rugby and Wallasey by-elections; Independent candidates win both seats.
USA: Upper stories of New York skyscrapers blacked out and neon signs in Times Square dimmed (ARP measures).

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