I am assuming that the question is in regard to the USS Yorktown, an aircraft carrier in the United States Navy. The Yorktown was named to honor the critical 1781 victory of U.S. and French forces over the British Army under Lord Cornwallis during the American Revolution. The USS Yorktown was instrumental in helping halt the Japanese advance on Port Moresby at the Battle of the Coral Sea. Although this was a strategic victory in that it ended the Japanese invasion attempt, the USS Lexington was sunk and the Yorktown damaged, the Japanese lost one light carrier (IJN Shoho) and suffered heavy damage to another fleet carrier. The Yorktown was quickly repaired from this action and rushed into the critical Battle of Midway, in which her aircraft assisted in the destruction of four Japanese carriers...turning the tide of the Pacific War. The ship was crippled by air attacks from the Japanese carrier IJN Hiryu, and later finished-off by a Japanese submarine. A new carrier named Yorktown (Essex class) was commissioned during the war and served with distinction in many later campaigns and battles in the Pacific. This ship is still in existence as a an exhibit at Patriots Point, South Carolina.
Yes, it did.
Yorktown was a class of US aircraft carriers.
yes but txt books say no
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Yorktown was not a war. It was the last battle in the Revolution.
Yes, the battle of Yorktown was the end of the Revolutionary war.
No. The Battle of Yorktown was the defining battle of the American war for independence from Britain. The Yorktown Battle was part of the American Revolutionary War in 1781 and it was also a battle in the Civil war in 1862.
The victory at Yorktown is one of the bat tels fought in the revolutionary war. The war that technically marked the end of the war even though there were smaller fights for 2 years until the treaty of Paris 1783
From the Battle of Yorktown. It was the battle that ended the Revolutionary War. Yorktown is the south eastern tip of Virginia.
Two Battles at Yorktown(American Revolutionary War)Battle/Siege of Yorktown- September 28, 1781- October 19, 1781(American Civil War)The Battle of Yorktown or Siege of Yorktown was fought from April 5th to May 4th 1862 as part of the Peninsula Campaign of the American Civil War.
X class submarine was used by the Royal Navy. Yorktown was a class of US aircraft carriers.
The Yorktown was a class of US aircraft carriers during WW II. Yamato was Japan's largest battleship.
they dont have any good questions for the battel of yorktown!!
it was the last major battle in American revolution..Yorktown ended the war.!
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The Treaty of Paris which ended the war was signed almost 2 years after Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown . There were still military engagements during this time, but no major battles.
Well according to what I've learnt and researched in months, it's obviously med.
yes apocalypse world war 2 is the same as world war 2.
During world war 2 the Japanese overran a few countries which were, Singapore, The US miliary base held on the Philippines, and Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. On 8 May 1942 the Japanese sunk the Lexington and damaged the Yorktown, also.
No. Yorktown was the final battle in the war and a Franco-American victory.
You have the answer in your question. It was the battle of Yorktown.
Yorktown was the final battle between the colonists and the British. The British lost at Yorktown and were forced to flee the land giving the colonists their independence