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3 November, 20:15

How did the battle of midway change the course of the war

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  1. 3 November, 20:33
    The hard defeat suffered by the Imperial Army of Japan ended its expansion plans for the Pacific. In the opposite way, the Midway battle began the offensive operations of the US Navy during World War II.



    Within the framework of World War II, the battle of Midway took place between June 4 and 7, 1942 in the Midway Atoll, where the United States had a military base.

    The intention of Admiral Yamamoto, who was in charge of the Japanese Army, was to attack that military base to damage the US naval fleet. With this, he thought he could prevent the American navy from interfering with the Japanese expansion campaign, which was developing in East and Southwest Asia.

    As a result of the battle, the Japanese army that participated in combat was practically destroyed, considerably weakening its power.

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