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Diary July 14, 1945


Fraternization
‘Fraternization’ between British soldiers and German girls.
Diary for Saturday, July 14, 1945:

Occupied countries

Germany: Ban on troop fraternization with Germans lifted in US and British zones of Germany and Austria. SHAEF dissolved.

Sea War

Pacific: TF 38 launches devastating attack on ferry traffic between Honshu and Hokkaido (North Japan). 37 steamers and 6 warships sunk (July 14 and 15). Battleships South Dakota, Indiana and Massachusetts bombard Kamaishi steel works, north of Tokyo.

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