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Diary June 30, 1945

US soldiers rest
US soldiers rest during the operations on Okinawa.
Diary for Saturday, June 30, 1945:

Okinawa

Americans complete ‘mopping up’ operations: 8,975 Japanese killed and 2,902 captured, June 23-30.

Sea War

Pacific: 9 US submarines which have penetrated heavily mined Tsushima Straits, sink 31 ships in Sea of Japan during June.
Merchant shipping losses in June 1945: 0 Allied ships with 0 tons in the Atlantic, 2 Allied ships with 18,615 tons elsewhere.
123 Japanese ships with 245,930 tons in Pacific.

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