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Diary January 24, 1942

supplies with horses through the deep snow in Russia
German soldiers bring supplies with horses through the deep snow forward.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, January 24, 1942:

Eastern Front

Southern sector: Russians recapture Barvenkovo, southeast of Kharkov.

Sea War

Dutch East Indies: Japanese troops land at Balikpapan and Kendari (Celebes).

Air War

Pacific: RAAF bombs Rabaul (night January 24-25). Dutch bombers and American B-17s attack shipping at Balikpapan (repeated January 25, February 1 and 2).

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