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Today in World War II History—August 29, 1942

Papuan carriers evacuate Australian casualties near Isurava, 30 Aug 1942 (Australian War Memorial: 013286)

Papuan carriers evacuate Australian casualties near Isurava, 30 Aug 1942 (Australian War Memorial: 013286)

80 Years Ago—Aug. 29, 1942: In New Guinea, Japanese break through “Gap” at Isurava on way to Port Moresby.

Australia begins sugar rationing, 2 pounds per 2 weeks.

New song in Top Ten: “At Last.”

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