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WWII Pacific War - King & Country

Scale 60mm / 1:30.

Fall of Singapore

On February 15,1942, Singapore fell. Once regarded as Britain's imperial bastion in the Far East its capture by the Japanese was the largest capitulation of British and Empire Forces in either World War. Britain's own Prime Minister Winston Churchill called it "the worst disaster" and "biggest surrender" in British history.

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United States Marine Corps

United States Marine Corps 1942-43 Pacific Theater.

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United States Navy

United States Navy 1942-43 Pacific Theater.

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Battle of TARAWA - Updated September 30, 2019!

The Battle of TARAWA was fought between 20-23 November 1943 and was part of the U.S. invasion of the Gilbert Islands in the central Pacific region.

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Pearl Harbor

On Sunday morning 7 December 1941, an "urgent" radiogram went out to all U.S. Navy ships in Hawaiian waters.

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Battle of Hong Kong 1941

During the Second World War, the British Crown Colony of Hong Kong was destined to be the first place the Canadian Army fought a land battle against the Axis powers. On December 8, 1941, 2 x battalions of Canadians, The Winnipeg Grenadiers and The Royal Rifles of Canada were an important part of the British garrison defending Hong Kong against a Japanese attack.

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Tora!Tora!Tora! - Updated October 13, 2019!

Japanese Navy December 7, 1941!

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Imperial Japanese Navy - Updated October 13, 2019!

By the first half of 1942 the Japanese military juggernaut had smashed its way to victory throughout South East Asia ... Hong Kong had fallen first ... then Malaya and Singapore ... The Philippines followed as did the Dutch East Indies. Across the Pacific in the island chains that connected their recent conquests the Japanese now began to build up their defenses knowing full well that the Allies, particularly the Americans, would sooner or later strike back.

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Invasion of Malaya

In the early hours of December 8, 1941, the Armed Forces of the Empire of Japan simultaneously invaded the British colonies of Malaya and Hong Kong.

Gurkas

During the Japanese attack on Malaya and Singapore in 1941 and into 1942, several Gurkha battalions fought stubbornly and bravely in that ill-fated campaign ... and suffered accordingly.
After the defeat in Malaya and the fall of Singapore many Indian troops were coopted into the pro Japanese ‘Indian National Army’ ... Not one Gurkha however joined them ... all remained loyal to their own regiments and the British Crown.