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** and WWII
** 25 cent WWII ( Dutch coin )
** WWII: Forward elements of General Hoeppner's XVI Panzerkorps take up positions outside Warsaw.
** WWII: Polish troops on the Westerplatte are forced, due to lack of food and ammunition, to surrender.
** WWII – Sonderaktion Krakau: Germans take action against scientists from the University of Kraków and other Kraków universities at the beginning of WWII.
** WWII – Winter War: Soviet forces attack Finland and reach the Mannerheim Line, starting the war.
** WWII – Sweden declares non-belligerency in the Winter War.
** George Unwin, British fighter ace of WWII ( d. 2006 )
** WWII: The 27th Polish Home Army Infantry Division is re-created, marking the start of Operation Tempest by the Polish Home Army.
** WWII: A train stalls inside a railway tunnel outside Salerno, Italy ; 521 choke to death.
** WWII: Battle of Monte Cassino: Allied aircraft bomb German-held monastery and stage an assault.
** WWII: The National Council of the French Resistance approves the Resistance programme.
** Operation Bagration: A general attack by Soviet forces clears the German forces from Belarus, resulting in the destruction of German Army Group Centre, possibly the greatest defeat of the Wehrmacht during WWII.
** WWII: At Camp Hood, Texas, future baseball star and 1st Lt. Jackie Robinson is arrested and later court-martialed for refusing to move to the back of a segregated U. S. Army bus.
** WWII: Over 500 Japanese prisoners-of-war attempt a mass breakout from the Cowra POW Camp.
** WWII: A Soviet patrol arrests Raoul Wallenberg in Hungary.
** WWII: The Soviet Union occupies Warsaw, Poland.
** WWII: " Black Friday ": A force of Allied Bristol Beaufighter aircraft suffers heavy casualties in an unsuccessful attack on German destroyer Z33 and escorting vessels sheltering in Førde Fjord, Norway.
** WWII – Operation Varsity: Two airborne divisions capture bridges across the Rhine River to aid the Allied advance.
** WWII: The Battle of Königsberg, in East Prussia, ends.
** WWII – Elbe Day: United States and Soviet troops link up at the Elbe River, cutting Germany in two.
** V-E Day ( Victory in Europe, as Nazi Germany surrenders ) commemorates the end of WWII in Europe, with the final surrender being to the Soviets in Berlin, attended by representatives of the Western Powers.
** WWII: Emperor Hirohito announces Japan's surrender on the radio.
** WWII: Korea gains independence following Japan's surrender.

** and Japanese
** Chinese character, a written language symbol ( sinogram ) used in Chinese, Japanese, and other languages
** Japanese input methods
** The Tale of the Heike ( Japanese epic war tale )
** Daigo Fuyumoto ( 1648-1697 ), Japanese court noble who founded the family branch
** Shoot boxing – A Japanese form of kickboxing which allows throwing and submission while standing, similar to Sanda.
** Japanese sound symbolism
** Used in place of ん in Japanese typing shorthand.
** Japanese Quail, Coturnix japonica
** These benthic and limnetic species even display their mating preferences when presented with sticklebacks from Japanese lakes ; that is, a Canadian benthic prefers a Japanese benthic over its close limnetic cousin from its own lake.
** Japanese tissue
** Yamaha Motor Company, a Japanese motorized vehicle-producing company
** Yamaha Pro Audio, a Japanese company specializing in products for the professional audio market
** Mayumi Iizuka, Japanese voice actress ( seiyū )
** Norifumi Yamamoto, Japanese mixed martial artist
** Misaki Ito, Japanese actress
** Angela Aki, Japanese singer-songwriter
** Kanai Mika, Japanese seiyu
** Minami Takayama, Japanese voice actress and singer ( Two-Mix & DoCo )
** Boshiro Hosogaya, Japanese admiral ( b. 1888 )
** Iwamoto Kaoru, Japanese professional Go player ( b. 1902 )
** Karina, Japanese model and actress
** Ai Iwamura, Japanese actress
** Nomura Yuka, Japanese actress
** Keiichiro Koyama, Japanese singer ( NEWS ) and actor

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