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8 November 1944

A beastly day—driving rain and a 40 m.p.h. wind which laid our tent flat. We got soaking wet salvaging our belongings. Tonight we’ll have to sleep in our offices on the upper floor of the school building.

There were three alerts last night, but no signs of a plane, and no AA. This weather should keep the Nips earthbound tonight.

Wrote a story about general Kruger and the Sixth Army for the “Free Philippines” newspaper.