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Diary September 30, 1945

United Nations
The ‘United Nations’ should fight for peace and freedom after WW2, but the countless conflicts after 1945 illustrate how far diverge claim and harsh reality of the UN.
Diary for Sunday, September 30, 1945:

Home Fronts

Britain – Bourne End (Hemel Hempstead) rail disaster: 44 killed, 88 injured.

China

US Marines land at Tientsin.

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