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Japanese Aggression in the Pacific - Awakening the Pacific - The Rise of the Japanese Empire - America Goes to War in the Pacific - Japanese Victories in the Philippines - The Navy Holds - The Battle for Guadalcanal - War in the North: The Aleutians - The Battles for New Guinea - Bougainville - Makin and Tarawa - The War at Sea

War in the Pacific is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (23 episodes). The series first aired on December 25, 2017.

War in the Pacific is available for streaming on the Total Content Digital website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch War in the Pacific on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon online.

Total Content Digital
2 Seasons, 23 Episodes
December 25, 2017
Documentary & Biography
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War in the Pacific Full Episode Guide

  • Tensions begin to rise in Korea.

  • The postwar Pacific witnesses nationalism and communism.

  • Japan surrenders aboard the battleship Missouri.

  • The United States drops the atom bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

  • Kamikaze pilots attack Allied forces as they approach Okinawa.

  • After three years, the Allies free the Philippines. Battles of Leyte, Manilla and Luzon.

  • The fight for Bloody Nose Ridge. MacArthur attacks Japanese strongholds in the Palau Islands.

  • The Allies keep supply lines open to China.

  • The Allies capture Saipan, Tinian and Guam.

  • The Allies push through the jungles of New Guinea.

  • The U.S. attacks the Marshall Islands.

  • The Navy copes with supply shortages.

  • The Marines face overwhelming odds in the central Pacific.

  • Photoreconnaissance helps the United States capture the island of Bougainville.

  • Japan and the United States battle for the strategic Aleutian Islands.

  • Australian and American amphibious forces battle Japan in New Guinea.

  • The First Marine Division captures Guadalcanal. America's First Offensive

  • Admiral Nimitz takes over the Pacific command after Pearl Harbour.

  • World War II stalls the Philippines' quest for independence.

  • Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor brings America to war.

  • The rise of Japanese power leads to the attack on Pearl Harbour.

  • International discord destroys peace in the Pacific.

  • An overview of Japanese Aggression in the Pacific: Manchuria, China in 1937, and Pearl Hoarnou in 1941.