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  • A company of Marines, held in reserve just behind the front line, attacked and killed most, if not all, of the remaining Japanese soldiers that had breached the front line defenses, ending Ichiki's first assault about an hour after it had begun.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of the Tenaru
  • After this failure to deliver significant additional troops to the island, the Japanese commanders finally conceded defeat in the battle for Guadalcanal and evacuated most of their surviving troops by the first week of February 1943.
  • Wikipedia: Battle for Henderson Field
  • Although a tactical victory for the Japanese in terms of ships sunk, it came at a high cost for Japanese naval forces.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands
  • Although most of Shōji's troops had escaped from Koli Point, the inability of the Japanese to keep their forces on Guadalcanal adequately supplied or reinforced prevented them from contributing effectively to what turned out to be Japan's ultimately unsuccessful effort to hold the island or retake Henderson Field from Allied forces.
  • Wikipedia: Koli Point action
  • Although the Americans had come close to overrunning the Japanese rear areas in the early November offensive, it would not be until the final stages of the campaign that the U.S. finally captured Kokumbona.
  • Wikipedia: Matanikau Offensive
  • Carlson claimed that his troops killed 488 Japanese soldiers and captured or destroyed large amounts of equipment, including two howitzers and various small arms and ammunition.
  • Wikipedia: Carlson's patrol
  • During the months that followed, Wisconsin visited the Japanese ports of Kobe, Sasebo Navy Yard, Yokosuka, Otaru, and Nagasaki.
  • Wikipedia: USS Wisconsin (BB-64)
  • Following the departure of the Completion Force, the only major seaworthy Japanese warships remaining in the Southwest Pacific were the heavy cruisers Ashigara and Haguro as well as the light cruiser Isuzu.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Kita
  • In an effort to counter the improved American morale, Japanese propaganda radio announcers broadcast to American soldiers that submarines, ships, and planes were hunting the General Anderson.
  • Wikipedia: Raid at Cabanatuan
  • In cases where the charged servicemember remained in Japan, Japanese authorities often did not have access to question or interrogate the U.S. servicemember, making it difficult for Japanese prosecutors to prepare a case for indictment.
  • Wikipedia: Michael Brown Okinawa assault incident
  • In December 2009 the Tokyo District Court dismissed one of the suits, stating that it was not possible to identify individuals who deserve compensation as almost all Japanese suffered as a result of the war.
  • Wikipedia: Air raids on Japan
  • In doing so, he ignored the advice of many members of the imperial family and Japanese intellectuals who publicly called for the abdication of the Emperor and the implementation of a regency.
  • Wikipedia: Douglas MacArthur
  • In his final report on the campaign, General Krueger reported 3,280 Japanese dead had been counted and 75 had been captured.
  • Wikipedia: Admiralty Islands campaign
  • In May 2012, the NSW state government announced that, with the approval of the Japanese government and the submariners' families, divers would be allowed to observe the M-24 wreck for a short period of time.
  • Wikipedia: Attack on Sydney Harbour
  • Lo on 10 October 1944 to clear the name Midway for a large fleet aircraft carrier, USS Midway (CV-41), commissioned on 10 September 1945 (eight days after the Japanese surrender).
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Midway
  • Nevertheless, the successful campaign to recapture Guadalcanal from the Japanese was an important strategic victory for the U.S. and its allies.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Ke
  • Now it concluded that the Japanese position was over-extended.
  • Wikipedia: Landing at Nadzab
  • On 19 March 1945, American carrier aircraft attacked the remainder of the Japanese Navy at Kure.
  • Wikipedia: Japanese battleship Haruna
  • Patrick Bates of Kilo Company was shot by a Japanese sniper on 14 December during a mopping up operation on Guam (three months after the formal end of hostilities).
  • Wikipedia: 3rd Battalion 3rd Marines
  • Serving as life president of the Far East Prisoners of War Association (FEPOW), he pushed for compensation for his fellow captives, eventually helping to obtain a token £5 million of frozen Japanese assets for this cause.
  • Wikipedia: Arthur Percival
  • Since the Japanese exerted control over the nearby seas at night throughout the Guadalcanal campaign, any Allied ships in the Guadalcanal area that could not depart by nightfall often took refuge in Tulagi's harbor.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Tulagi and Gavutu–Tanambogo
  • Some of these notions would remain until the end of the war, though, but the news of Milne Bay allowed some soldiers to rationalise the Japanese soldiers' past victories as being the result of tangible factors, such as numerical superiority, that could be overcome, rather than innate factors associated with the intangible qualities of the Japanese soldier that were not so easily overcome.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Milne Bay
  • Starring Nirwan Dewanto in the titular role, the film followed Soegijapranata's activities during the 1940s, amidst a backdrop of the Japanese occupation and the war for Indonesian independence.
  • Wikipedia: Albertus Soegijapranata
  • Teruo Nakamura, the last known holdout, emerged from his hidden retreat in Indonesia in December 1974, while two other Japanese soldiers, who had joined communist guerrillas at the end of the war, fought in southern Thailand until 1991.
  • Wikipedia: Surrender of Japan