Who won the Battle of the Bismarck Sea?
1. US victory, US aircraft verses IJN destroyers & troop transports.
2. USS Bismarck Sea, sunk during the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945; the last US aircraft carrier lost in WWII.
Who won in the Battle of the Coral Sea? The Japanese won a tactical naval victory when they sank the American carrier Lexington and heavily damaged the Yorktown. Despite their losses, the Americans won a strategic victory by forcing the Japanese fleet to turn around and preventing the invasion of Port Moresby, New Guinea.
1. Histories first clash of carriers was the battle of the Coral Sea 2. Histories most decisive carrier clash was the battle of Midway 3. Last battle involving carrier fleets was battle of Leyte Gulf 4. Last USN aircraft carrier sunk in WWII was USS Bismarck Sea 5. Last naval battle involving an aircraft carrier was during the Falklands Island war in 1982
There were many battles. The major ones were: Lade - sea battle 494 BCE - the Persians won Artemesion - sea battle 480 BCE - the Greek confederation lost. Salamis - sea battle 480 BCE - the Persians lost. Plataia - land battle 479 BCE - the Persians lost Mycale - sea-land battle 479 BCE- the Persians lost. Eurymedon - sea battle 466 BCE - the Persians lost. Cyprus - sea-land battle 451 BCE…
The main battle had been for the Greeks to fight a sea battle in the strait next to Thermopylai. Holding the pass forced the Persians to try to outflank the position by sea, and the Greek fleet was waiting for this. The Greeks lost the sea battle and retired to the Strait at Salamis where they refought the sea battle and won, crippling the Persian war effort. The Athenians had meanwhile evacuated their people to…
1. USS Langley (later redesignated)-sunk in near Battle of the Java Sea 2. USS Lexington-sunk Battle of the Coral Sea 3. USS Yorktown-sunk Battle of Midway 4. USS Hornet-sunk Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands 5. USS Wasp-sunk Battle for Guadalcanal 6. USS Princeton-Sunk Battle of Philippine Sea 7. USS St. Lo-sunk Leyte Gulf 8. USS Gambier Bay-sunk Leyte Gulf 9. USS Bismarck Sea-sunk near Battle of Iwo Jima
Japan won: 1. The Battle of the Java Sea 2. The Battle of Savo Island 3. The Battle of Sunda Strait 4. The Battle between the British battleship HMS Prince of Wales & battlecruiser Repulse US won: 1. The Battle of Coral Sea (Japanese tactical victory; they sunk more important US ships) 2. The Battles of Guadalcanal are split between the USN & IJN 3. The Battle of Midway 4. The Battle Santa Cruz Islands…
It was a combined Greek force to which Sparta provided a contingent. They lost. The battle was a holding operation to force a sea battle on the nearby coast to remove the Persian fleet's threat to the southern cities and expose the Persian supply line. The Greeks lost the sea battle as well. The won a subsequent sea battle at Salamis ans a land battle at Plataia which decided the war in their favour.
The two important sea battles after the death of Julius Caesar were the battle of Naulochus and the battle of Actium. The battle of Naulochus eliminated Sextus Pompey and his grain blockade and the battle of Actium eliminated Marc Antony. These battles were both won by Octavian, or more correctly, by Agrippa. These victories gave Octavian and Rome a secure Mediterranean.
Athens was not present at Thermopylai, but its fleet was part of the sea battle in the nearby strait at Artemesion. The object was to defeat the Persian fleet, and holding the pass at Thermopylai was designed to force the Persians into a sea battle to outflank the position. The Persians inconveniently won the sea battle, so Athens got nothing but its losses at sea, and had to evacuate its city as it cold not…
the battle of coral sea was fought in 1942. it was a major naval battle of World War II between the U.S and Japanese fleets. This battle would seem a tactical victory for the Japanese in terms of ships sunk, but the battle could also be looked at as a strategic victory for the allies. So it can be looked at as a dual victory.
The Bismarck was a 2nd World War Battleship not a First World War battleship. You are getting the ship confused with the man: "Otto von Bismarck" after whom the battleship was named. Bismarck was the Minister President of the Kingdom of Prussia, who then became the First Chancellor of the German Empire. To answer your question here's a map of where the Bismarck was sunk. http://www.warcovers.dk/greenland/bismarck_map.jpg
The Battle of Bonhomme Richard, serapis was a battle in the time during the revolutionary war. The commander that won? Ummm I'm not really sure but all I know is that it was called the Battle of Bonhomme Richard, serapis, it was in the North sea, and this battle was fought in september 23, 1779. I'm 100% sure. Thanks for reading! Hope I helped you :)