17 Aug 1945

  • B-24 bomber "The Armored Angel" took off from Kunming, Yunnan Province, China with six OSS operatives and one Chinese interpretor on board. They were parachuted over the Weixian Internment Camp, Shandong Province, China for the libration of about 1,400 civilian prisoners at the camp. ww2dbase [Weixian Internment Camp | Wei, Shandong | CPC]

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