Alaska vs. Japan - The Battle of Attu

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The freezing cold, the impenetrable fog, and impossibly strong winds made Attu, one of several islands in the westernmost point of Alaska, the least convenient place for war. And yet, these tiny and remote territories were the epicenter of one of the deadliest battles of World War II, where foreign invaders occupied American soil for the first time since 1812.

The Battle of Attu, called “The Forgotten Battle” by veterans, is considered one of the most bizarre conflicts in the history of WW2. And although it was largely overshadowed by the Guadalcanal campaign that was fought simultaneously, its story is filled with intrigue, strategy, and one last desperate attempt by the Japanese to honor their country.

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