Bombing of South-East Asia (1944–1945)

Bombing Of South-East Asia (1944–1945)

Central Pacific

  • Hawaii
  • Marshalls-Gilberts raids
  • Doolittle Raid
  • Coral Sea
  • Midway
  • RY
  • Solomons
  • Gilberts and Marshalls
  • Marianas and Palau
  • Volcano and Ryukyu
  • Carolines

Southeast Asia

  • Indochina (1940)
  • Thailand
  • Dutch East Indies
  • Malaya
  • Burma (1941–42)
  • Singapore
  • Burma (1942–43)
  • Burma (1944)
  • Burma (1944–45)
  • Indochina (1945)
  • Malacca Strait
  • Tiderace
  • Zipper
  • Franco-Thai War
  • Indian Ocean (1940–45)
  • Strategic bombing (1944–45)

Southwest Pacific

  • Philippines 1941–1942
  • Dutch East Indies 1941–1942
  • Portuguese Timor
  • Australia
  • New Guinea
  • Philippines 1944–1945
  • Borneo 1945

North America

  • Aleutian Islands Campaign
  • Ellwood
  • Estevan Point Lighthouse
  • Fort Stevens
  • Lookout Air Raids
  • Fire Balloon Attacks
  • Project Hula

Japan

  • Air raids
  • Mariana Islands
  • Volcano & Ryukyu Is
  • Tokyo
  • Starvation
  • Naval bombardments
  • Yokosuka
  • Sagami Bay
  • Kure
  • Downfall
  • Hiroshima & Nagasaki
  • Kurils
  • Japanese surrender

Manchuria

  • Manchuria (1945)
  • Sakhalin
  • Kuril Islands
  • Shumshu

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