Today in World War II History

70 Years Ago—July 28, 1940: Act of Havana is signed by the US and twenty Latin American countries, agreeing to help any country threatened by the Axis in the Americas.
65 Years Ago—July 28, 1945: Japanese “choose to ignore” Potsdam Declaration. Destroyer USS Callaghan sunk, the last Allied ship to be sunk by kamikaze. US Senate ratifies UN Charter. B-25 crashes into Empire State Building at 79th floor in fog; 19 killed.