The War in the Pacific: From Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay

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INDEX
Aaron Ward, 437
ABDACOM, 124-26, 131-32, 134-35
ABDAFLOT, 125, 129
Abe, RAdm. Hiroaki, 165, 199- 200
Abele, 432
Abukuma, 359
Adachi, Lt. Gen. Hatazo, 274, 284-87, 463
Adak, 154, 157, 170
Admiralty Islands, 274, 278
Agat, 327-28
A-Go Plan, 281, 308
Ainsworth, RAdm. Walden L., 231-32
Air Command Solomons (AirSols), 228, 235-36, 240, 244, 275
Akagi, 78, 81, 90, 142, 152, 159, 163-65
Akatsuki, 363
Akiyama, RAdm. Monzo, 264
Alabama, 40
Albacore, 43, 314
Aleutians, 153-54, 157, 165, 245, 250, 253-54
Allen Sumner, 381
Amboina, 129-30
American Volunteer Group (AVG), 24, 62
Anami, Gen. Korechika, 291, 484, 489-90, 493-94
Angaur, 16, 340, 343
Anglo-Japanese Treaty, 14-15
Anthony, 442
Aoba, 192
Arashi, 164
Arizona, 92, 94, 96
Arnold, Gen. Henry H., 51, 88, 112, 190, 301, 408, 430, 448, 486
Arnold, Maj. Gen. Archibald V., 352, 369
Arnold, Maj. Gen. William H., 456-57
Asan, 326-27
Ashigara, 116
Aslito airfield, 316
Astoria, 166, 182
Atago, 65, 355
Atlanta, 199
Atsuchi, Col. Kanehiko, 415
Attlee, Clement R., 482
Attu, 154, 157-58, 170, 250-53
Augusta, 480, 488
Austen, Mount, 179, 198, 204-5
Australia, 130, 134, 138, 140- 41, 144, 146, 174, 209, 215; air force (RAAF), 141, 213, 215, 223, 279, 283, 468; army units, corps: I, 338, 469-70; II, 272, 466; divisions: 3d, 225; 5th, 463, 465-66; 6th, 140, 214, 463-64, 466; 7th, 140, 209, 217, 222, 226, 473-74; 8th, 140-41; 9th, 141, 222, 225, 473; brigades: 2d Group, 470- 71; 7th, 214, 468; 11th, 467; 16th, 216-17; 17th, 463-64; 18th, 212, 214, 216, 219-20;

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