The war in the Pacific was fought for the most part, on a series of islands. Due to this geagraphical make up wide spread campaigns such as those used in Europe were impossible. The allied forces had to rely on a campaign of island hopping. This meant that after the conquered one island they had to start all over again with the next island. Each new island meant a new amphibious assault (think of the opening scene of Saving Private Ryan). Amphibious assaults are a high risk assault. This forced the leadership in the Pacific to be somewhat selective of what islands they assaulted. For example, Iwo Jima had a large air strip that could be used by the USAAF and was therefore assulted. Chichi Jima, about 150 miles away had nothing that the allies could use and was therefore skipped. The Allies were also faced with a more confined environment. Some of the islands assulted were not very large. This limited the amount of troop movement thus limiting the amount of strategic options.
Because certain areas of the world are affected by the growth, and scarcity of foods, and other agricultural practices.
The US did not have a strategy in the Pacific. There was little or no conflict in the Pacific in WW I, the military activity all took place in Europe.
"Island Hopping" .
Island - Hopping .
Geography affects food because of the accessable food sources in different parts of the world.
They blared Justina Beaver on the loudspeakers to the Germans.
The overall Pacific strategy
Atolls, Coral reefs, and lagoons Source: World Geography textbook
they had no friends because they were alone in the cold at the top of the world
well in geography there are 3 types of geography physical geography human geography and enviromental geography physical geography is about hazads and weather. Human geography is about we do for are jobs and were we live . enviormental geography is about how we affect the world around us like pollution and good things like recycling i hoped ived helped bye
The strategy was that of "Island Hopping" where some islands were attacked whereas others were bypassed .
the same as it does today. China has always ruled the world market and always will.
The new strategy of "Island Hopping"; and sometimes, during the war, referred to as "hitting them where they ain't", was a strategy adapted after the bloody "Battle of Tarawa", in November 1943. For further information, see website: World War 2 Time Line 1939-1945; Pacific Islands.
geography is the study of the earth.it is called world geography because it is studying the world.
The world became more addvanced.
How did changing the enviroment of Sahle affect the urban populationsof subregion
The World War II. -PlutoLover101
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Just because it does :p