November 2, 1944

Posted: November 2, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Activity began to pick up in November of 1944, as it was on the second of November that the first American planes came over our camp and they were headed for Tokyo. On Nov. 24 I saw our first B 29’s, and never before had I seen such large bombers. The Japanese would yes, “B midge ko, Oke de naw” which meant B-29, the big one. There were ten in this flight, and they were headed for Tokyo. In November ’44, we had at least thirteen air raids that I know of.

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