December 14, 1941

The Japanese seemed to have the freedom of the skies. They raided the city several times a day, and there never was any opposition from our bombers. After each air attack there were more wounded and dying. We did what we could for them, and we went about our work in a daze.

There was no reassuring news by radio and there was nothing in the local papers. We had no idea what was happening. But we all knew that we needed help and plenty of it, before it was too late.

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