Aleutians 1942-1943 Video

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Dutch Harbor

Imperial Japanese Navy attacks Dutch Harbor, June 3, 1942. 2:07, 3.4 MB

attu

The US Army's 7th Division lands on Attu Island in the Aleutian Chain. May 11, 1943. 1:02, 1.6 MB

kiska

After a bloody battle on Attu, the Japanese abandon Kiska. August 15, 1943. 0:35, 935 KB

Internet Links

USN Combat Narrative: The Aleutians Campaign
Pacific War MapsSitka, Alaska WWII SiteHyperWar: US Army in WWII: Guarding the United StatesUS Army in World War II--The Western Hemisphere:'Guarding the United States and Its Outposts' [Chapter 9]
HyperWar: The U.S. Army Campaigns of World War II: : Aleutian IslandsThe U.S. Army Campaigns of World War II: 'Aleutians Islands' -- A brief history of US Army operations in the Aleutian Islands in 1942 and 1943.
Internet Archive: Details: Report From The AleutiansVideo online of 1943 film narrated by John Houston
The Aleutians
A HREF="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Aleutian_Islands" ADD_DATE="1173663322" LAST_CHARSET="UTF-8" ID="rdf:#$HvPKv1">Battle of the Aleutian Islands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kiska - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaHistory of World War II in the Aleutians "Experience your America"Aleutian World War II National Historic Area - Stories (U.S. National Park Service)Alaska Pictures - Aleutian Peninsula And Islands - World War IIPictures from 1941 to 1945 about Will R. Eubank in military servicein Alaska, primarily in the Aleutian area including Adak while he served assurgeon for the 404th Bomber Squadron, Air Corps, United States Army.
WarMuseum.ca - Democracy at War - The Aleutians Campaign, 1942-1943 - OperationsThe Canadian War Museum's World War 2 Online Newspaper Archives - In June 1942, some 8,500 Japanese personnel, supported by naval forces, occupied the islands of Attu and Kiska, American parts of Alaska at the western end of the Aleutian island chain.
The Aleutian Islands War: June 3, 1942 - August 24, 1943 - ExploreNorthWith help from the Japanese Army, Admiral Yamamoto intended to invade and occupy the Western Aleutians as well as Midway Island, seeing these sites as anchors for a defensive perimeter in the north and central Pacific.
Fact Sheets : Aleutian Campaign, 1942-1943 : Aleutian Campaign, 1942-1943Aleutian Islands The battles for the Aleutian Islands in World War II.
The Forgotten Theater U.S. Submarine Operations in the Aleutians in World War IIAmerican Experience | Building the Alaska Highway | People & Events | PBSAleutian Islands in World War II Photograph Collection - Special Collections, UW LibrariesAleutian WWII National Historic Area