27 Jan 1945 Part 1 of 2

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27 Jan 1945 Part 1 of 2 - remarkable "we and of in the it the soldiers?"...
remarkable "we and of in the it the soldiers?" of to fContinuPd From Paee One) Japan was credited with eight carriers in service—some authorities say nine—at the start of the war, and two under construction. The U. S. strength then was seven built and 11 building. The probable sinking of the escorting carrier therefore served a double purpose. It reduced the temporary Japanese numerical edge in this warship category, and it also weakened further the naval strength available for protecting the badly mauled convoy fleet Japanese air resistance throughout the Macassar Strait battle has been surprisingly weak, when compared with the strong air support that has characterized all other operations to date. This led to the belief here that the convoy fleet was caught beyond the fighter range of the nearest Japanese land bases on Borneo and Celebes, the two islands flanking the strait; that the fierce intensity of the Allied attack took the enemy by surprise, and finally that the Minister with committee today. to with an Bolivia maintaining the after that resolution the

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 27 Jan 1942, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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