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Asiatic-Pacific Theater
SOUTHEAST ASIA * Indochina (1940) * Indian Ocean (1940–45) * Philippines 1941–42 * Franco-Thai War * Thailand * Dutch East Indies * Malaya * Hong Kong * Burma (1941–42) * Singapore * Burma (1942–43) * Burma (1944) * Burma (1944–45) * Indochina (1945) * Malacca Strait * Jurist * Tiderace * Zipper * Strategic bombing (1944–45) SOUTHWEST PACIFIC * Dutch East Indies 1941–42 * Portuguese Timor * Australia * New Guinea * Philippines 1944–45 * Borneo 1945 NORTH AMERICA *
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Operation Tiderace
Unopposed Allied victory * Liberation of Singapore * Establishment of British Military Administration BELLIGERENTS Japan * 7th Area Army * 10th Area Fleet United Kingdom
United Kingdom
British India Australia
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Operation Zipper
SOUTHEAST ASIA * Indochina (1940) * Indian Ocean (1940–45) * Philippines 1941–42 * Franco-Thai War * Thailand * Dutch East Indies * Malaya * Hong Kong * Burma (1941–42) * Singapore
Singapore
* Burma (1942–43) * Burma (1944) * Burma (1944–45) * Indochina (1945) * Malacca Strait * Jurist * Tiderace * Zipper * Strategic bombing (1944–45) SOUTHWEST PACIFIC * Dutch
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Bombing Of South-East Asia (1944–45)
From 1944 to 1945, during the final stage of World War II
World War II
, the Allies undertook the STRATEGIC BOMBING OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA . The main victims of Allied air raids were Japanese-occupied Thailand and Indochina . CONTENTS * 1 Royal Navy operations * 2 Indochina bombing campaign * 3 Thailand bombing campaign * 4 References * 5 External links ROYAL NAVY OPERATIONS Grumman Avenger torpedo bombers from HMS Indefatigable forming up for a raid on a Japanese oil refinery at Pangkalan Brandan, Sumatra . By 1944, the German Navy no longer presented a major threat and the Royal Navy was able to transfer major units to the Far East. This would fulfil a British wish to become involved in the Pacific War. First, however, experience was required of large-scale naval air operations and of United States procedures
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Operation Jurist
Unopposed British victory * Liberation of Penang
Penang
from Japanese rule * Establishment of British Military Administration Territorial changes Penang
Penang
was the first state in Ma
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Battle Of The Malacca Strait
SOUTHEAST ASIA * Indochina (1940) * Indian Ocean (1940–45) * Philippines 1941–42 * Franco-Thai War * Thailand * Dutch East Indies
Dutch East Indies
* Malaya * Hong Kong * Burma (1941–42) * Singapore
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Dutch East Indies Campaign
ABDA COMMAND : Netherlands
Netherlands
* Dutch East Indies
Dutch East Indies
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
United States
United States
Australia
Australia
New Zealand
New Zealand
Japan COMMANDERS AND LEADERS Henry Royds Pownall Thomas C
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Burma Campaign 1942–43
Allies : British Empire
British Empire
* United Kingdom
United Kingdom
* British
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Burma Campaign 1944
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
* India
India
* British Burma * Gambia * Gold Coast *
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Battle Of Timor
SOUTHEAST ASIA * Indochina (1940) * Indian Ocean (1940–45) * Philippines 1941–42 * Franco-Thai War * Thailand * Dutch East Indies * Malaya * Hong Kong * Burma (1941–42) * Singapore * Burma (1942–43) * Burma (1944) * Burma (1944–45) * Indochina (1945) * Malacca Strait * Jurist * Tiderace * Zipper * Strategic bombing (1944–45) SOUTHWEST PACIFIC * Dutch East Indies 1941–42 * Portuguese Timor * Australia
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Battle For Australia
SOUTHEAST ASIA * Indochina (1940) * Indian Ocean (1940–45) * Philippines 1941–42 * Franco-Thai War * Thailand * Dutch East Indies * Malaya * Hong Kong * Burma (1941–42) * Singapore * Burma (1942–43) * Burma (1944) * Burma (1944–45) * Indochina (1945) * Malacca Strait * Jurist * Tiderace * Zipper * Strategic bombing (1944–45) SOUTHWEST PACIFIC * Dutch East Indies 1941–42 * Portuguese Timor * Australia * New Guinea * Philippines 1944–45 * Borneo 1945 NORTH AMERICA * Attack on Pearl Harbor
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Lookout Air Raids
The LOOKOUT AIR RAIDS were minor but historic Japanese air raids that occurred in the mountains of Oregon
Oregon
, several miles outside Brookings during World War II
World War II
. This was the only time during World War II
World War II
that the continental United States
United States
suffered an air raid attack by enemy forces . On September 9, 1942, a Japanese Yokosuka E14Y Glen floatplane , launched from a Japanese submarine, dropped two incendiary bombs with the intention of starting a forest fire . However, with the efforts of a patrol of fire lookouts and weather conditions not amenable to a fire, the damage done by the attack was minor
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Operation PX
SOUTHEAST ASIA * Indochina (1940) * Indian Ocean (1940–45) * Philippines 1941–42 * Franco-Thai War * Thailand * Dutch East Indies * Malaya * Hong Kong * Burma (1941–42) * Singapore * Burma (1942–43) * Burma (1944) * Burma (1944–45) * Indochina (1945) * Malacca Strait * Jurist * Tiderace * Zipper * Strategic bombing (1944–45) SOUTHWEST PACIFIC * Dutch East Indies 1941–42 * Portuguese Timor * Australia * New Guinea * Philippines 1944–45 * Borneo 1945 NORTH AMERICA * Attack on Pearl Harbor
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Japanese Air Attacks On The Mariana Islands
During World War II, a series of JAPANESE AIR ATTACKS ON THE MARIANA ISLANDS took place between November 1944 and January 1945. These raids targeted United States
United States
Army Air Forces (USAAF) bases and sought to disrupt the bombing of Japan by B-29 Superfortress
B-29 Superfortress
heavy bombers operating from the islands. The Japanese lost 37 aircraft during this operation, but destroyed 11 B-29s and damaged a further 43. Preparations were also made for commando raids on the bases in early and mid-1945 but these did not go ahead. While the attacks on the Mariana Islands
Mariana Islands
did not seriously disrupt the USAAF air campaign, they had an effect on other American operations. After determining that the Japanese raiders were staging through Iwo Jima
Iwo Jima
, American forces stepped up their attacks on that island
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Bombardment Of Fort Stevens
The BOMBARDMENT OF FORT STEVENS occurred in June 1942, in the American Theater of the Pacific
Pacific
Theater of World War II
World War II
. An Imperial Japanese submarine fired on Fort
Fort
Stevens , which defended the Oregon side of the Columbia River\'s Pacific
Pacific
entrance. CONTENTS * 1 Bombardment * 2 Aftermath * 3 See also * 4 References * 4.1 Notes * 4.2 Bibliography * 5 External links BOMBARDMENTThe Japanese submarine I-25 , commanded by Tagami Meiji, had been assigned to sink enemy shipping and attack the enemy on land with their 14 cm deck gun . Transporting a Yokosuka E14Y seaplane , the submarine was manned by a crew of 97. On 21 June 1942, I-25 had entered US coastal waters, following allied fishing boats to avoid the mine fields in the area
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Aleutian Islands Campaign
SOUTHEAST ASIA * Indochina (1940) * Indian Ocean (1940–45) * Philippines 1941–42 * Franco-Thai War * Thailand * Dutch East Indies * Malaya * Hong Kong * Burma (1941–42) * Singapore * Burma (1942–43) * Burma (1944) * Burma (1944–45) * Indochina (1945) * Malacca Strait * Jurist * Tiderace * Zipper * Strategic bombing (1944–45) SOUTHWEST PACIFIC * Dutch East Indies 1941–42 * Portuguese Timor * Australia * New Guinea * Philippines 1944–45 * Borneo 1945 NORTH AMERICA * Attack on Pearl Harbor
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