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the us role in the battle of iwo jima was to invade it defeat the Japanese and take it over

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Yes until 1965 when we gave it back to japan

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He didn't do anything. The battle for Iwo Jima was between the US and Japan. Adolf Hitler was the German leader.

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Hmm. B-29 was an American bomber; not a Japanese. The US wanted to capture Iwo Jima so they could use the airstrips as a base for their B-29's and bomb Japan. But B-29's were not involved in the Battle of Iwo Jima.

They didn't, they lost it to the invading US Marines.

they just went call of duty style

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