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Last night squadrons' of Mosquitos again attacked Berlin—for the 18th night in succession. Last night’s force was the largest sent against the German capital since the present series of night attacks began.
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PEARL HARBOUR, Monday.— Lieutenant-General H. M. Smith, Commander of the Pacific Marine Corps, told a Press conference today that when facilities on Iwo Jima have been improved can hit any part of Japan.” This was the first official indication that Iwo will become a major base f