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Diary June 2, 1945

kamikaze pilots waiting for their mission
Japanese kamikaze pilots waiting for their mission. In the background a Mitsubishi G4M2 Betty with a manned flying bomb Ohka under the fuselage.
Diary for Saturday, June 2, 1945:

Air War

Pacific: TF 38 raids Kamikaze bases in South Japan: this, and other raids, compel Japanese to continue operations from bases farther north.


At San Francisco, Russian delegates demand right of veto in proposed UN Security Council.

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