By R Conrad Stein
When the japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the us used to be thrust into international warfare II. The conflict with Japan might final 4 grueling years. daring leaders, corresponding to common Douglas MacArthur and President Franklin Roosevelt, may lead the USA to victory. writer R. Conrad Stein explores the old carrier-based naval battles, the "island hopping" campaigns, the house entrance, and the start of the atomic age.
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Over the grave of one marine was a poem, no doubt written by a buddy, that described the horror of Guadalcanal: And when he goes to heaven To St. Peter he’ll tell: Another Marine reporting, sir, I’ve served my time in hell. 4 THE WAR AT HOME WE MUST HATE WITH EVERY FIBER OF OUR BEING. WE MUST LUST FOR BATTLE; OUR OBJECT IN LIFE MUST BE TO KILL. —General Lesley J. S. WE WILL BUILD A BARRICADE ACROSS THE PACIFIC WITH OUR BODIES. , angry Americans cut down a grove of cherry trees that had been donated to the park years earlier by the Japanese emperor.
Some 112,000 men, women, and children were forced out of their homes, put on buses and trains, and shipped to barbed-wire-enclosed tent cities far from the Pacific Coast. In these “relocation camps,” Japanese families lived in dusty barracks that lacked privacy. The inmates could never forget that they were living behind barbed wire and guarded by soldiers carrying rifles. Even President Roosevelt was once heard to call the tent cities “concentration camps,” after the notorious Nazi prisons. Yoshiko Uchida was a young college student when her family was ordered from their San Francisco home.
It was the turning point in the war, a disaster from which Hideki Tojo and the warlords would never recover. S. S. National Archives A view on board the Yorktown shortly after it was attacked by Japanese dive bombers on June 4, 1942. Although the Yorktown was sunk, the United States claimed victory in the Battle at Midway. Guadalcanal “Now land the landing force,” came the order barked out on a dozen troop ships. Bending under the weight of their forty-pound packs, 11,000 marines stepped over troopship rails and climbed down cargo nets to landing craft.
World War II in the Pacific. From Pearl Harbor to Nagasaki by R Conrad Stein