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13 Nov 1944
  • The Japanese Army Fugaki Squadron, based in the Philippine Islands, conducted its first tokko mission with five converted Ki-67-I Kai To-Go aircraft, without success. ww2dbase [Philippines Campaign, Phase 1, the Leyte Campaign | CPC]
  • Colonel George E. Price received the go-ahead for Project Extraversion, which called for four YP-80A jet aircraft to move to the front lines of the European Theater of Operations for combat testing. ww2dbase [P-80 Shooting Star | CPC]
Dutch East Indies
  • Attun Palalin, also known as Private Teruo Nakamura of the Japanese Army 4th Takasago Volunteer Unit, was declared dead on Morotai, Dutch East Indies. ww2dbase [Attun Palalin | Morotai, Maluku Islands | CPC]
France Hawaii Japan
  • Landing ship No. 115 was completed and was transferred to the Japanese Army. ww2dbase [No. 101/103-class | CPC]
Philippines
  • USS Ticonderoga launched Air Group 80 aircraft for strikes on Manila and surrounding targets on Luzon, Philippine Islands; 2 men and 4 aircraft were lost. ww2dbase [Ticonderoga | DS]
United Kingdom
  • Civil air service was restored to London, England, United Kingdom for the first time since Sep 1939 when Railway Air Services began flight operations on a Croydon-Liverpool-Belfast route. ww2dbase [London, England | AC]
Yugoslavia Photo(s) dated 13 Nov 1944
USS West Virginia in floating drydock USS ABSD-1 off Aessi Island, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, 13 Nov 1944Alaska off Philadelphia, 13 Nov 1944, photo 1 of 2Alaska off Philadelphia, 13 Nov 1944, photo 2 of 2WAVES personnel boarding a R4D-6 transport aircraft while en route to Naval Air Station, Olathe, Kansas, United States, 13 Nov 1944
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13 Nov 1944 Interactive Map

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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