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Closing In: The Battle of Saipan

March 05, 2019 ·  
From the moment the United States decimated the Imperial Japanese Navy at the Battle of Midway, every decision was crucial. The war had reached a turning point and one wrong move could put victory back in reach for Japan. Even in the summer of 1944, as the war entered its last year, victory wasn't guaranteed […]
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The Solomon Islands Campaign

November 13, 2018 ·  
Today, you don’t hear much about the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific. They’re a popular tourist destination, but otherwise they aren't at the top of most people's minds. During the early 1940s, though, the situation was very different. The Solomon Islands quickly became a focal point of the War in the Pacific after the […]
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Reading Pearl Harbor: I Attacked Pearl Harbor

November 09, 2018 ·  
Published in 1949, four years after the end of World War II, I Attacked Pearl Harbor is a first-hand account of the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor, told from an unexpected perspective. There were more than just Japanese warplanes closing in on the unsuspecting battleships of the US Pacific Fleet. From the southwest, approaching the […]
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The Secret Japanese Plan for Biological Warfare

October 13, 2018 ·  
As World War II started to draw to its inevitable conclusion, the Japanese became increasingly desperate. Japan, which had had been suffering crippling defeats, wasn't about to go down without causing as much damage to their enemies as they could. That included making plans for a biological warfare attack that would have devastated the west […]
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William S. Pye and the Fall of Wake Island

October 09, 2018 ·  
In the days following the Pearl Harbor attack, Admiral Husband E. Kimmel was relieved of his post as Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet. Considering the nation was suddenly at war, his replacement would have little time to learn the role, as William S. Pye found out over the course of 14 days. On December 17, 1941, just […]
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The Morning of Pearl Harbor – Battle of Hong Kong

April 27, 2018 ·  
On the morning of December 7, 1941, the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor fell victim to a surprise Japanese attack. The assault would go down in history as one of the worst foreign attacks ever launched against the United States. Though this attack stunned an unprepared United States, it wasn't Japan's only target […]
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Japan's Plans After Pearl Harbor

December 24, 2017 ·  
It was a question that many pondered after Japan left the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor in ruins. "Why did this happen?" And with more than 2,400 American lives taken during the attack, the nation collectively needed an answer. The answer turned out to be that Japan, fearing the United States would get […]
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After Pearl Harbor: The Battles of the Pacific

August 21, 2017 ·  
More than 75 years ago, the United States engaged Japan in a brutal war across the Pacific. It all started on a quiet Sunday morning, at an unsuspecting naval base in Hawaii. December 7th, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—marked the start of World War II for the United States as Japanese fighters swooped in […]
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The Phantoms of the Pacific: Kido Butai

August 12, 2017 ·  
It patiently waited, its target only 230 miles away. Waves rocked the ships as their commanders prepared for the inevitable launch that would change the world. The Pacific skies were blue, the first rays of the morning sun shining on the men scrambling across the decks of the massive force. Days prior, the fleet had […]
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Britain's Pearl Harbor: The Invasion of Malaya

June 26, 2017 ·  
While the American naval base at Pearl Harbor was under bombardment by an Imperial Japanese Navy striking force, a British colony was also under attack. December 7,1941 was a devastating day in world history, touching nations around the globe as Japan made its move to further expand in East Asia and the Pacific. Over 6,700 miles west of Pearl […]
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