The U.S. Army attacks Japanese forces in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:4 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
Steady growth of U.S. fleet in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Animation depicts attacks on Japanese bases on Truk and U.S. plan to attack Manila, Philippines in the Pacific Ocean. Ships at Manila Bay. U.S. soldiers on the ships. Artillery fired from a ship. Soldiers disembark from a boat and advance inland. The soldiers in prone position fire guns. Bodies of dead soldiers float in water. A soldier talks over a telephone. Artillery fired from U.S. ships. Japanese Naval fleet advances. Aircraft take off from an aircraft carrier's deck. U.S. aircraft attack Japanese aircraft. An aircraft catches fire. U.S. soldiers fire naval guns from a ship at Japanese aircraft. Aerial view of bomb explosions. A U.S. aircraft takes off from a carrier. The tail of the aircraft and the carrier in the background. A war ship explodes.
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