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Diary July 30, 1944


U.S. soldiers are leaving landing boats on the coast of New Guinea.
U.S. soldiers are leaving landing boats on the coast of New Guinea.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, July 30, 1944:


SEA WAR: PACIFIC
Operation Globe Trotter: Americans land at Sansapor, to complete , occupation of New Guinea northern coastline.

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