Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Japanese fought more than just on little desert islands and in jungle.
They fought in the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, in the snow.
They fought in China in cities, in the country, and in the hills.
They fought against the French in Indo-China, and the Dutch in Java.
The fought against Americans, Australians and the British and Indians.
Plenty of potential enemies and lots of kinds of terrain to fight over.