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Operation Zipper


Despite no Japanese resistance, the landings themselves were a shambles. No account had been taken of tide conditions, or of the mangrove swamps. Much of the accompanying transport was overcome by the tide and units became widely dispersed. Luckily, no-one was shooting at them as they came ashore.


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