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Today in World War II History—November 14, 1942

Japanese transports Hirokawa Maru and Kinugawa Maru beached and burning after a failed resupply run to Guadalcanal, 15 November 1942 (Australian War Memorial: P02018.165)

Japanese transports Hirokawa Maru and Kinugawa Maru beached and burning after a failed resupply run to Guadalcanal, 15 November 1942 (Australian War Memorial: P02018.165)

80 Years Ago—Nov. 14, 1942: British and Americans launch an offensive from Algeria toward Tunisia.

Naval Battle of Guadalcanal: US naval & land-based aircraft sink a Japanese heavy cruiser, two Japanese troop transports, and five Japanese cargo ships.

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