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Diary March 7, 1944

British soldier of an observation post in Burma
British soldier of an observation post in Burma is watching for the advancing Japanese.
WW2 War Diary for Tuesday, March 7, 1944:

Southeast Asia

Burma – JAPANESE LAUNCH MAJOR OFFENSIVE ACROSS RIVER CHINDWIN (Operation U-Go): Americans and Chinese surround 2,000 Japanese in Hukawng Valley.

Air War

Mediterranean: Allied bombers attack marshalling yards in Florence and Rome.

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