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Diary September 19, 1945

'dirty war' in South East Asia
The new emerging ‘dirty war’ in South East Asia: Moroccan snipers guarding Vietnamese insurgents prisoners.
Diary for Wednesday, September 19, 1945:

Occupied countries

Indo-China: British and French forces suppress Vietnamese nationalist insurgents at Saigon.

Home Fronts

Britain:Lord Haw-Haw‘ sentenced to death at the Old Bailey, London.

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