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Today in World War II History—November 18, 1942

US poster urging more P-38 Lightning production, WWII (US National Archives: 514398)

US poster urging more P-38 Lightning production, WWII (US National Archives: 514398)

80 Years Ago—Nov. 18, 1942: In Tunisia, Germans attack Free French troops at Medjez el Bab.

Australians take Popendetta, Papua New Guinea.

First P-38 Lightning victories in the Southwest Pacific: 2 US P-38s shoot down 3 Japanese Zeros over Tonolei Harbor in the Solomons.

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