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WW2 Pacific Operations Key Terms_3

Invasion landing from the sea.
Southeast Asia battle mostly fought by Australian forces.
Battle lead by General MacArthur to recapture a U.S. colony in AsiaPacific.
Lead scientist in charge of developing the atomic bomb.
U.S. President that approved the dropping of the atomic bombs in Japan.
Commander of Japanese Imperial Naval Forces in the Pacific.
Ship that played a prominent roll in the outcome of the war in the Pacific.
U.S. bomber that was outfitted with 14 guns and was critical to U.S. success in the war.
Code name of project to develop the atomic bomb.
US Code breaking of JN-25.
Pacific forces consisting of U.S., Britain, Australia, China, New Zealand, and later, the Soviet Union.
Term for the splitting of the atom to create an atomic bomb.
Small concrete fortification used by Japanese throughout Pacific.
Name of battle campaign to liberate Saipan and Guam.
Month in which Guam was invaded by the Japanese.
Dangerous passageway between opposing forces firing on both sides.
Term associated with U.S. WW2 Pacific War strategy.
Aircraft used to explore and gain information about an area.
Term associated with Japanese WW2 Pacific War strategy.
Bomb that is more powerful than the atomic bomb.
"Divine Wind", name given to Japanese fighters in the Pacific.
To fortify, like the Japanese-held islands in the Pacific.
Commander of U.S. Forces in the Pacific.
Pacific Forces consisting of Japan.
Beachhead to the north of Orote Point secured by the U.S. as part of the plan to liberate Guam.
Site where men and women from Merizo were taken and massacred near the end of the war.
Month in which Guam was liberated by the U.S.
Famous battle at the end of the war in the Pacific in which U.S. casualties exceeded Japanese casualties.
Famous US-Japan Naval Battle in June of 1942 that is attributed to changing the course of the war in favor of the U.S.