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Pacific War

Summary: Essay provides information regarding the Battles of the Pacific War.
The Pacific campaign was the largest and most deadly naval campaign ever. It brought superiority to one country and total devastation for another. The fleets that were involved were the mightiest fleets at the time: The United States Navy and the Nihon Kaigun (Japanese Navy).It was bound to end up as a disaster for one nation, and it did. So here I present to you " The naval battles of the pacific war."

How The Pacific War Started and Pearl Harbour (December 7th 1941)

The political state in the Pacific Ocean in 1940 was very disorganized and confusing. The Japanese had extended their empire south through French Indochina and the Japanese army was invading China, managing to conquer a third of the country. The U.S.A was shocked to see this after what is happening in Europe and Hitler. So America decided to place a restriction on the trade...

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