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Thursday, January 29, 1942

Macarthur has started a flood of communications that seem to indicate a refusal on his part to look facts in the face – an old trait of his. He has talked about big naval concentrations; he has forwarded (probably inspired) letter from Mr. Quezon; statements (Quisling) from Aguenaldo; he complains about lack of unity of command about lack of information. He’s jittery!