In the Pacific theater of war in World War II.
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General Douglas MacArthur
General Douglas MacArthur commanded U.S. forces in the Pacific theater of war in WWII.
MacArthur, because he was the Commanding General of the US Army in the Pacific at the time
General MacArthur for the Army. General Howling for the Marines.
US Admiral in the Pacific during World War 2?Nimitz
In WWII, General Douglas MacArthur was the overall commander of the US forces in the Pacific.
US Army General Stillwell, CBI Theater; US Army General MacArthur Southwest Pacific; US Navy Admiral Nimitz, the rest of the Pacific Theater.
Douglas MacArthur .
General Douglas MacArthur.
The military goal of the US in the Pacific during World War 2 was Japanese surrender.
The US general during World War 2 was Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The two United States Commanders that led troops in the European and Pacific fronts during World War II were General Eisenhower and General MacArthur. Eisenhower was in Europe and MacArthur was in the Pacific.
Yes. On December 11, 1941, Germany declared war on the US, making the Pacific War, a WORLD WAR.
Douglas MacArthur was a general in the US army. He had major a influence in the win of the US in the Pacific in World War II. He was dismissed by the president Harry Truman during the Korean War.
The US surviving general from world war 1 was Frank Buckles
To focus on the war in the Pacific with Japan.
US Army General Stillwell, China, Burma, India Theater; US Army General MacArthur Southwest Pacific; US Navy Admiral Nimitz, the rest of the Pacific Theater. There were Australian and British Generals also in charge and serving under MacArthur and Stillwell.
In general, World War II did not produce the same level of home-front intolerance as did World War I. A tragic exception was the internment, or forced relocation and imprisonment, or Japanese Ameicans living on the Pacific Coast.
No; Japan did.
"Island Hopping" .