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Question #113339
What made warfare in the Pacific different from warfare in Europe
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2020-05-01T09:40:42-0400

The European war was fought over territory with high population densities and much infrastructure, while most of the Pacific war was fought in sparsely populated areas with very little infrastructure. As well, the Pacific war were primarily naval battles, while the European war were fought majorly on land.


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