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This Was a Jap Cruiser
In the Battle of Midway, U. S. carrier-based aircraft
bombed this Jap heavy cruiser of the Mogami class.
Arrow points to unexploded torpedo trailing in water
from vessel's own tube. This is first photo of the battle.

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Shangsiao. TFokyo claims Lishui was the last air
base ine Chekiangq Province held by the Chinese.
It is within bomber range of Japan. Chungking revealed
existence of a: U. S. Armyr bomber command
in China. Chief named was Col. C. V.
Hatynes, who personally led the aerial evacuation
of Burma and repeatedly risked his life to evarcuate
refugees and carry gasoline to Americann
volunteer fliers.

E ~~~~added to the dangers of torpedoes
and shells facing merchant ships
along the Atlantic Coast. A Navy announcement
of 15 ships sunk in an 11-day period, 13 of them in
the Caribbean area, brought to well over 300 the
unofficial total of ships downed by enemy action
in the W~estern Hemisphere since Dec. 7.
Second sinking of an Argentine vessel by enemy
action seriously strained that Latin-American nation's
ties with the Axis. The German minister to
Argentina had hardly finished expressing "pro~EST
(lbaS. Enemy vessels, presumWEST
COASTOably submarines, shelled
two points on the Pacific Coast but lobbed

[United States]. Army Orientation Course. Newsmap. Monday, June 29, 1942 : week of June 19 to June 26. [Washington, D.C.]. UNT Digital Library. http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1023/. Accessed December 20, 2014.