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The Aleutians Campaign

Battle for the Aleutians- June,1942 to July, 1943

As a part of the massive Midway campaign, Japan sends a secondary fleet north to capture the Aleutian Islands.  After bombing the main US base at Dutch Harbor, Japanese troops occupy Kiska and Attu Islands.  The US begins a bloody campaign to recover the only North American soil occupied by enemy troops during World War II.

The Battle Animation

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