the main purpose of the kokoda campaign was to stop the Japanese from invading Australia. If the Japanese overtook Port Morseby, they would be close enough to easily invade Australia.
Kokoda Campaign Happened in 1942
The Kokoda Campaign occurred during World War II. The Kokoda Campaign was caused by Japanese troops attempting to invade Port Moresby.
The Kokoda campaign lasted from July 21st to November 16th, 1942. The Kokoda campaign occurred during World War II.
The Kokoda campaign happened because the Japanese were trying to take Port Moresby to isolate Australia from the United States. This campaign lasted from July until November of 1942.
The Kokoda Trail Campaign or Kokoda Track Campaign ,located in Papua , New Guinea , was a series of battles fought between July and November 1942 between Japanese and mostly Australian combatants .
Most people refer to it as the New Guinea Campaign.
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the kokoda battle/campaign lasted just over 9 months in 1942 - 1943
The Kokoda Track campaign occurred during WW2 ~ see related link below .
1st November 1942
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'The Kokoda campaign ended in January 1943.' Umm WRONG!!.. It was 1st of November 1942..
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The Kokoda Track campaign was a series of battles that took place during WW2. The battles were fought between Australia and the United States on one side, and the Empire of Japan on the other.
Australia had no allies helping her during the Kokoda Campaign. Britain deserted us, New Zealand, sent only a few men, and America was ignoring our cries for help.
The first battle of Kokoda occurred on July 23, 1942. The second battle began on August , 1942. The entire Kokoda Track campaign lasted from July 21st to November 16th.
See New Guinea Campaign, WW2.
it ended ultimately with the australians defeating the Japanese army there
The Japanese force was driven back to New Guinea.
To prevent the Japanese capturing Port Moresby.
The Kokoda Track Campaign was, According to Pacific War, was Japan's second attempt at capturing Port Moresby to keep Australia from the U.S during World War II. News of the war in 1942 was controlled by General Douglas MacArthur, an American. It is said that the threat from the Japanese was grossly exaggerated by the Prime Minister Curtin for political reasons.
Superior numbers, supply and support.
The Kokoda Campaign was where tens of thousands of Australians fought and died to defend Australia against the onslaught of the Japanese invasion.