Theaters of World War II: The Pacific
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Climate of The Pacific Theatre
Countries That Fought In The Pacific
Style of Warfare In The Pacific
The Pacific Theater featured a very challenging climate for those who fought throughout it. Soldiers faced high humidity, blistering heat, and dense jungles. Malaria, dehydration, and exhaustion would only add to the challenges soldiers would face.
The main combatants of the Pacific Theater were the Allied forces against the Japanese. The Allied forces were the United States, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada.
The style of warfare in the Pacific ranged from brutal close-ranged hand-to-hand combat throughout the dense Pacific's jungles to the strategic and technologically advanced naval and air warfare.
Theatre of World War II: The Pacific
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