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Where is Guadalcanal?

Guadalcanal is a volcanic island in the western Pacific Ocean in the Solomon Islands. It is located west of Australia on the eastern edge of the Coral Sea and southeast of New (MORE)

What happened at Guadalcanal?

The small island of Guadalcanal, part of the Solomon Islands chain  in the South Pacific, was the site of an important battle during  World War II. From August of 1942 to Fe (MORE)

What was the outcome of Guadalcanal?

During World War II, the immediate outcome of the Battle ofGuadalcanal (August 1942 to February 1943) was the liberation of anisland previously held by the Japanese and the se (MORE)

How did the battle of Guadalcanal end?

  The Battle of Guadalcanal ended when American Marines and Army soldiers chased the Japanese Army to the northern end of the island and forced them to evacuate near Cape (MORE)

What was the date of guadalcanal?

The battle for Guadalcanal, a back-and-forth struggle between the  Japanese and Americans in World War II, began in August of 1942 and  ended in February of 1943. Serious fi (MORE)

Why was guadalcanal important?

It was the first island the Allied Forces took from the Japanese in a victorious effort. It showed the Japanese they were not unbeatable and the Allied Forces meant business.
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About Battle of Guadalcanal?

  A six month long struggle in '42 consisting primarily of a series of naval battles...the most savage sea battles in history. More US sailors died fighting in those naval (MORE)

Who owns Guadalcanal?

Solomon Islands /ˈsɒləmən ˈaɪləndz/ is a country of Oceania, east of Papua New Guinea, consisting of nearly one thousand islands. It covers a land mass of 28,400 square (MORE)

What were the landings in Guadalcanal?

The Maine landings on Guadalcanal were the first American offensive operations of the war. By establishing the airbase at Henderson Field, it provided a foothold in the Solomo (MORE)