World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF ASIA: Good Enough to be True

A splendid air of co-operation and incipient unity overhung the sundry British, Chinese, U.S. commands in India, China, the Southwest Pacific, the South Pacific and the Central Pacific last week. From New Delhi, where this feeling was highest, TIME Correspondent James Shepley cabled:

"The Cairo conference is interpreted in the Southeast Asia headquarters as a definite turning point; the war against Japan will shift from a limited holding offensive to an Allied drive for victory. Grand-scale action will not follow immediately, but from here on the war against Japan has a good...

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