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Diary December 25, 1943

Crowded flight deck of a US carrier in late 1943
Crowded flight deck of a US carrier in late 1943. Most are TFB torpedo bombers, but in the foreground are Hellcat fighters, while at the rear are SBD Dauntless scout-bombers.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, December 25, 1943:

Sea War

Pacific: US carrier planes attack shipping at Kavieng (New Ireland).
Japanese attack American beachhead at Arawe (New Britain).

Mediterranean

Italy: American troops advance into mountains northwest of San Pietro.

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