Timeline of the Battle of Guadalcanal (August 7th, 1942 - February 9th, 1943) Timeline of the Battle of Guadalcanal (August 7th, 1942 - February 9th, 1943) The Battle of Guadalcanal prevented Japanese forces from establishing an all-important airfield in the Solomons. The largely overlooked Guadalcanal Island in the S
Guadalcanal Introduction World War II was the largest and most violent armed conflict in the history of mankind. However, the half century that now separates us from that conflict has exacted its toll on our collective knowledge. While World War II continues to absorb the interest of military scholars and historians,
A Guadalcanal Chronology & Order of Battle A Guadalcanal Chronology& Order of Battle7 August 1942 - 6 March 1943 Let us go forward to certain victory in the traditional night attack of the Imperial Navy. May each one of us calmly do his utmost. Vice Admiral Gunichi Mikawa,Battle of Savo Island,August 9, 1942 The Maste
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The Battle of Guadalcanal : Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands : Basecamp International The wreck of the Kinugawa Maru, beached and destroyed in 1942. GUADALCANAL.com The Island of Guadalcanal in World War II QUICK LINKS: Introduction to the Island Guadalcanal in WWII Tours of Military Sites Campaign & Ba...
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