The Week

December 1944
New Republic;12/18/44, Vol. 111 Issue 25, p821
This article discusses news including the landing of the Seventy-seventh Navy Division behind the Japanese lines at Ormoc, the Japanese plan to prevent U.S. troops from accessing the coast of China while the Japanese military sets up a land-communication line across southern China, and the announcement that China has no facilities for making modern weapons for the war.


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