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Battle Los Angeles

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It has been 80 years since the, "great raid of L.A." In that time there have been a multitude of theories as to what the United States coastal defenses actually open fired on. Was it aliens from space or just jitters among green soldiers in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor a few months prior? dadgrass.com/dank for 20% off your first order. Right Now! patreon.com/striderwilson Sources: History.com ‘World War II’s Bizarre Battle of Los Angeles’ by Evan Andrews, Latimes.com ‘From The Archives: The 1942 Battle of L.A.’ by Scott Harrison, Militarytimes.com ‘ UFOs or No, “Battle of Los Angeles’ Nears 75th Anniversary’ by Kevin Lilley, Losangeleno.com ‘That Time UFOs Took Over Los Angeles’ by Hadley Meares, Scribd.com, vault.fbi.gov See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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