United States Army in World War II. War in the Pacific. Philippine law collection.
Operations of Allied forces in the Southwest Pacific from April through October 1944 told generally at the level of the regimental combat team₂the infantry regiment with its supporting artillery, engineer, tank, medical, and other units.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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The strategic background Planning and preparation for the Hollandia-Aitape Operation The Hollandia Operation The Japanese: Pearl Harbor through Hollandia Prelude to the Battle of the Driniumor Deployment for battle The Battle of the Driniumor, phase I: the 18th Army attacks The Battle of Driniumor, phase II: the 18th Army retreats The seizure of Wakde Island Lone Tree Hill: the initial attacks Lone Tree Hill and beyond Biak: the plan, the landing, and the enemy West to Mokmer Drome Frustration at Mokmer Drome The Japanese reinforce Biak Biak: the reduction of the Japanese pockets Operations on Noemfoor Island Airfields on the Vogelkop Peninsula The Palaus and Morotai: strategic and tactical planning The Morotai operation The landings on Peleliu and Angaur The reduction of Northwestern Angaur Securing Peleliu Island Peleliu: the last resistance Conclusion: the results and the costs.
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