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Between August 1942 and June 1944, no “Key Battles” (at least in James’ reckoning!) occurred…but that of course does not mean that nothing happened!  During the time between the Guadalcanal and Saipan campaigns, the U. S. and its allies launched a series of smaller campaigns to gradually push back the Japanese.  In this episode, James and Scott discuss several key Allied efforts that occurred between July 1942 and August 1943, including the Kokoda Track Campaign, the Makin Raid, and the attack on the Aleutian islands of Attu and Kiska.  Also discussed are the Battle of the Bismarck Sea and the American attempt to kill Admiral Yamamoto.

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