• "Appreciate the sweep of events and the timescale involved"

    "To appreciate the sweep of events and the timescale involved, the reader is recommended to view the history of the battle as laid out over at Historyanimated"
    US Naval Institute
  • "Bird's Eye View"

    "The site provides a bird's eye view of Japanese and American military units as they hopscotch around the great chessboard of the Pacific."
    WWII Magazine
  • "Read Several Books and never get the same comprehension"

    "You could read several books and never get the same comprehension of the overall battles as with these animations."
    Armchair General Magazine
  • "One of my favorite US History resources"

    "One of my favorite US History resources.....my students absolutely loved the animations complete with their sound effects and marching visuals."
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Malaya and Singapore

Fall of Malaya and Singapore, Dec-Feb, 1941-42

At the same time Japanese planes are bombing Pearl Harbor, Wake Island, and The Phillipines, Japanese troops land in Thailand and Malaya in a drive to capture Britain's key naval base at Singapore. After two and a half months of fierce fighting, the island citadel of Singpore falls to the invading Japanese forces. See the Flash animation for more.

The Battle Animation

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Sunday the 22nd.