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American missions against Shanghai, Shanghai Airfield and Golf Course Airfield
July 5, 1944 - August 6, 1945

July 5, 1944
(14th AF) 5 B-24s lay mines in Shanghai Harbor.

November 21, 1944
(20th AF) 13 B-29s bomb Shanghai.

December 19, 1944
(20th AF) 13 others hit secondary target of Shanghai

January 17, 1945
(14th AF) P-40s, P-51s, and P-38s hit a large number of targets of opportunity from the Burma border to Shanghai and airfields at Shanghai.

January 20, 1945
(14th AF) 32 P-51s pound airfields in the Shanghai area, claiming 22 aircraft destroyed

March 4, 1945
(20th AF) During the night of 4/5 Mar, 11 of 12 B-29s, staging from Luliang, mine the confluence of the Hwangpoo and Yangtze Rivers and the Tai-hsing Narrows at Shanghai

March 28, 1945
(20th AF) 10 B-29s mine the mouth of the Hwangpoo River and the S channel of the Yangtze River at Shanghai

April 1, 1945
(14th AF) 23 P-51s pound airfields in the Shanghai area

April 2, 1945
(14th AF) 32 P-51s pound airfields in the Shanghai area

April 23, 1945
(FEAF) B-24s bomb Shanghai.

April 26, 1945
(FEAF) B-24s bomb a military depot at Shanghai

July 5, 1944
(14th AF) 5 B-24s lay mines in Shanghai Harbor.

July 18, 1945
(FEAF) About B-24s, B-25s, and A-26s, covered by P-47s, hit the Shanghai area, airfields at Chiang Wan, Wusung, and Lunghua and Shanghai docks.

July 22, 1945
(FEAF) 37 B-25s bomb an oil plant at Shanghai. P-47s join B-25s attacking the Shanghai area

July 24, 1945
(FEAF) 100+ Fifth AF B-24s fly their first strike from Okinawa, bombing the Chiang Wan Airfield N of Shanghai. 100+ Fifth AF B-24s fly their first strike from Okinawa, bombing the Chiang Wan Airfield N of Shanghai

August 6, 1945
(20th AF) Shanghai area

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