Get new blog posts sent directly to your email inbox!

Today in World War II History

Read Today's Article

Today in World War II History—April 4, 1942

US poster “The 4 Freedoms from Malaria,” WWII

US poster “The 4 Freedoms from Malaria,” WWII

80 Years Ago—Apr. 4, 1942: Japanese bombing of Mandalay, Burma, hits a trainload of bombs, 2000 killed.

US War Production Board takes control of supply and distribution of quinine, necessary for prevention and treatment of malaria; US pharmacies are urged to turn in stock over 50 ounces.

Comments are closed.

Until Leaves Fall In Paris
“Sundin is a master at her craft, and avid readers will devour this in one sitting.”
—Library Journal starred review
NOW AVAILABLE!

A Free Gift for You

Make It Do - The US Home Front in World War II

When you subscribe to my monthly enewsletter, you’ll also receive “Make It Do – The US Home Front in World War II,” a collection of my popular blog posts. As a subscriber, you’ll also be the first to learn about my upcoming novels.