The invasion of the U.S. troops on the Marshall Islands and destruction of Japanese garrisons during World War II.
Marshall Islands Date:1944 Duration:5 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. troops' invasion on the Marshall Islands and destruction of Japanese garrisons during World War II. An animated map depicts the location of Marshall Islands in the South East Asia. U.S. Navy ships proceed in order to take the island from their enemies. The animated map depicts the tactics of U.S. Navy. The soldiers attack the Kwajalein Island. Roi and Namur in the north are attacked by the U.S. Marines. The U.S. fighter aircraft. Soldiers in small boats approach towards the Marshall Islands. Aerial bombarding on the island by the U.S. fighter aircraft. The American soldiers take their positions on the island's coast. Soldiers with their weapons. An officer examines the bomb explosion through binoculars. The remains of a destroyed Japanese aircraft. American soldiers capture the Japanese base headquarter. The dead Japanese soldiers. The arrival of more American troops on the island.
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