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Diary June 10, 1945

Flamethrower action on Okinawa
With flamethrowers Japanese strongholds were burned.
Diary for Sunday, June 10, 1945:

Okinawa

US 24th Corps launches all-out attack on Yaeju-Dake Line, in extreme south. US Marines compress Japanese pocket in Oroku sector.

Sea War

Pacific – Operation Oboe VI: Australians land at Brunei.

Home Fronts

Japan: Prime minister Suzuki granted dictatorial powers by Imperial Diet (Parliament).

Occupied countries

Deutschland: Zhukov decorates Eisenhower and Montgomery with Order of Victory.

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