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February 10, 1942

Wrecked Hurricane aircraft, British Malaya, 8 Feb 1942 (Japanese government photo)

Wrecked Hurricane aircraft, British Malaya, 8 Feb 1942 (Japanese government photo)

80 Years Ago—Feb. 10, 1942: Japanese secure Borneo.

RAF withdraws from Singapore to Sumatra.

Last automobile comes off US assembly lines for the duration, a Ford (Read more: Metal Shortages in World War II).

Glenn Miller receives the first gold record ever awarded for selling 1 million copies of “Chattanooga Choo Choo.”

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