Surviving in a Japanese POW Camp — IHRA

Early on June 26, 1943, 13 planes from the 65th and 403rd Squadrons were sent on a night mission to bomb Vunakanau. Aircrews saw several explosions and fires as a result of their strike and considered their mission successful. It wasn’t until they returned to base that they discovered they were short two B-17 crews, […]

via Surviving in a Japanese POW Camp — IHRA.

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