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Biggest Single Air Blow Against Japan

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Record Load Dropped On Five Industrial Cities

N.Z.P.A.—Copyright.— Rec. noon. Fio*r h, m J j c WASHINGTON, August I. aSSSSS3SJ.ft}=a Toyama has the largest aluminium plant and manufactures ball bearings, precision instruments and chemicals To ky^nVrlcWar^ntt°e n a. Of "6° "*" ■"*-* ° f coast and 20 miles south of Nugata. It manufactures machine tools. atta 2T y H n r \ ann o«"ced that more than 2000 Allied aircraft attacked Honshu on Monday last, and stated that Japanese Army and Navy forces are steadily preparing for enemy infiltration. The dispersal of munitions plants from the cities to rural areas is practically completed. The Associated Press correspondent on Guam says that unprecedented Allied sea and air power knocked out 1546 Japanese vessels and 1330 planes in the Mikado's "front yard" during July. *

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Biggest Single Air Blow Against Japan, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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Biggest Single Air Blow Against Japan Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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