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Eighty Years In the past: Asia Pacific, Jan 7 – 13, 1943 | The Global Today

Eighty Years In the past: Asia Pacific, Jan 7 – 13, 1943 | The Global Today

Jan 7, 1943: A complete of fifty,000 American land, navy and air troops are actually current on Guadalcanal

Jan 8, 1943: In letter to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Chinese language chief Chiang Kai-shek guidelines out offensive in opposition to Japan in spring 1943

Jan 9, 1943: Australian seventeenth Brigade is airlifted to Wau, New Guinea

Jan 10, 1943: US submarine Argonaut is sunk by Japanese destroyers off Rabaul

Jan 11, 1943: Chinese language Ambassador to Washington Wei Daoming and US Secretary of State Cordell Hull (see picture above) signal treaty formally abolishing American extraterritorial rights in China, marking an enormous step in direction of finish of Asian big’s semi-colonial standing

Jan 12, 1943: US forces land unopposed at Constantine Harbor on Amchitka Island within the Aleutians

Jan 13, 1943: US Thirteenth Air Drive is activated with headquarters at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides

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