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Still, the auto companies only fully converted to war production in 1942 and only began substantially contributing to aircraft production in 1943. Dobell appointed to command Allied land forces operating in the Cameroons. (link to British despatches, RN awards and casualties) 19th - First unit of Indian Expeditionary Force "C" (This unit, the 29th Punjabis, was the first to leave India for any theatre of war) leaves India for East Africa (see September 1st). 25th - Japan severs diplomatic relations with Austria-Hungary (see 24th).
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