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The allied powers won the battle of Iwo Jima andOkinawa.

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The USA won the battle of Okinawa.


US won the "Battle of Okinawa". which lasted from April-June in 1945


It's airfield was needed.


Okinawa was supposed to become a spring board for the invasion of the main islands. Capture of the island allowed an assembly of invasion materials, like ships, planes, ammo and other supplies, in short distance (350 miles) of southern Japan, the island of Kyushu. As a side benefit it became possible for lighter aircraft than long-range B-29s to harrass Japanese war industrial facilities. Also, airfields on Okinawa were probably better than those on Iwojima.


Okinawa. Strictly speaking, the current U.S. military base did not exist at the time, so it was not "won" (i.e. the Battle of Okinawa was over the entire island, not for a specific base on it).


US Marines prevailed over the Japanese .


The Battles of Iwo Jima and Okinawa were both two very essential battles for the Americans in the Pacific theatre of WWII, in which we reclaimed land from the Japanese. America won both of them.



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Okinawa is a part of Japan so yes, Okinawa was in WWI.


Okinawa is in Japan not China.


沖縄県 (okinawa-ken), which is "Okinawa Prefecture", omitting the last Kanji 県 (ken) makes it 沖縄 (okinawa).


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The Ryukyu Islands of Okinawa.


Okinawa is in northern hemisphere.


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Okinawa Island's population is 1,384,762.


Okinawa University was created in 1961.


Okinawa Rail was created in 1981.


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