After joining the National Park Service in 2000, Rachel Mason began researching the history of Attu
and other Aleutian villages that were evacuated during World War II and never resettled.
are the fast growing and high priced carnivorous fish species in Pakistan.
were significantly different from all other fishes (Table I).
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Kinkaid's first major decision upon reaching the Aleutians was to establish an immediate naval blockade to wall off Kiska and Attu
from Japanese shipping, an act of aggression much appreciated by Buckner.
It historically occurred only in the Near Island group (Agattu, Alaid, Attu
, Nitski, and Shemya).
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In addition to his school duties, Jones' husband also radioed daily weather reports to the Weather Bureau--a job with deadly consequences when Japanese forces captured Attu
in June 1942.
is considerably closer to Russia than mainland Alaska, making it an obvious choice for a Japanese invasion during World War II.
We reveal today that the tribunal which deliberated on the case decided that Dr M attu
deserved only a first warning for his offences.
The diary of Nobuo Tatsuguchi, an American-educated Japanese doctor who was killed during World War II, quietly recorded the tragedies of the war, his own suffering and the last moments of Japanese troops on Attu
Island at the western tip of Aleutians in the Bering Sea.
In World War II, Roberts and Naples, a Los Feliz resident, fought against the Japanese on Attu
in the Aleutian Islands, then in the Marshall Islands and in an assault on Leyte in the Philippines.