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Diary February 16, 1945

US soldiers prepare to shoot on Japanese on Corregidor
While a phosphorous charge explodes on a Japanese fortification on the island of Corregidor, US soldiers prepare to shoot any Japanese to emerge.
Diary for Friday, February 16, 1945:

Air War

Pacific: US PARATROOPS TAKE CORREGIDOR (Philippines).
Germany: 263 USAAF bombers attacking Kiel and dropping 559 t of bombs.

Sea War

Pacific: 1,000 US carrier planes of TF 58 raid Tokyo and Yokohama (repeated next day).

Politics

Venezuela declares war on Germany and Japan.

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