WWII: Pacific Front

The war against Japan
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Bataan Death March
The Japanese forced
their prisoners to
undertake a 60-mile
march which faced
starvation, disease,
exposure to the sun,
and NO water. Half of
5,000 americans died
Battle Of Midway
Japanese were using their
control of the Western Pacific
to protect their home islands
and vast new empire. Japanese
Pacific fleet commander thought
he could defeat the U.S. pacific
Island-Nopping Campaign
Military strategy employed
by the allies in the Pacific
War against Japan and the
Axis Powers during WWII
Use of the Atomic Bomb
Dropped in Japan.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
bombed. Japan surrenders; war
comes to an end.