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Diary July 30, 1945


Australian Army Matilda IVs
Australian Army Matilda tanks patrolling a jungle on New Guinea.
Diary for Monday, July 30, 1945:

New Guinea

Japanese 18th Army makes last stand at village of Numbogua; General Adachi orders his troops ‘to die in honourable defeat’.

Sea War

Pacific: TF 37 and TF 38 planes sink 11 ships in Kobe, Nagoya and Maizuru harbors.

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