May 1944

American Micronesia

Volume 28, Issue 5

The Marshalls and Eastern Carolines

THE American flag now flies over most of the Marshall Islands. As this is written, only four of the double chain of atolls are still held by the enemy, and perhaps these will be in our hands before this issue is in the hands of readers. If not, they will have been made thoroughly untenable for the Japs, cut off from reinforcements and supplies, and time and attrition will do the rest.

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Arthur Menken

L M Mason