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Diary October 17, 1944

US Admiral King with First Sea Lord Sir Dudley Pound
Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Navy, in negotiates with the British Admiral Sir Dudley Pound, First Sea Lord, on further operations in the Pacific.

War Diary for Tuesday, October 17, 1944:

Air War

Europa: RAF makes 3,000 t. raids on German garrisons trapped at Boulogne and Calais (October 17 and 20).

Sea War

Pacific: Admiral Toyoda activates Plan Sho (‘Victory’) in response to US invasion of Leyte.
Indian Ocean: British Eastern Fleet attacks Nicobar Island (Operation Millet) in unsuccessful attempt to divert Japanese from Leyte Gulf.

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