Author: Bernard C. Nalty
The Pacific War: The Story of the Bitter Struggle in the Pacific Theatre of World War II
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The American commanders conducting the war against Japan in World War II faced unique challenges. In spite of being ordered to fight a limited war until Germany could be defeated, U.S. naval and ground forces used their limited resources to launch an aggressive campaign to win back the Pacific islands occupied by the Japanese. Inter-service rivalry, the vast distances to be covered and a difficult climate continually hampered operations against an overextended but dedicated enemy.