The Kokoda Track Campaign

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The Pacific war during World War II was the battle fought in the Pacific and East Asia, which resulted in approximately 26,000,000 casualties. A major battle of the Pacific war was the Kokoda track campaign. Kokoda consisted of a series of battles fought between July and November 1942 between the Japanese army and the Allied forces including the Australians and Americans. The battles were fought on the mountainous Kokoda track along the Owen Stanley Range which is in the southeast of Papua New Guinea. The Japanese troops objective in the Kokoda campaign was the capture of Port Moresby to enable an expansion of Japanese people to Australia . The Anzac Spirit is a concept that suggests that Australian and New Zealand soldiers’ possess shared

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