May 1944

Interlude on Guadalcanal

Volume 28, Issue 5

AS soon as the Japanese skirled their eastward drive it was obvious that the Solomons would be very much in the war zone, so it was decided to retain a skeleton staff for intelligence work and to keep contact with the native people.

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