Unformatted text preview: Noah states that when he finds the Marines in Tarawa, he will continue to raise funds to find soldiers in other parts of the fighting grounds of WWII. This article is very interesting because it’s surprising to me that still to this day, nearly 65 years after the war has ended, people are still putting efforts into solving the mysteries of the losses of the war. Noah focuses on the Battle of Tarawa, which was a major battle in 1943 where the U.S. Marines defeated the Japanese troops. There were many casualties, and with the exotic location of the battle, many of the U.S. troops were never found, and reported missing. Noah plans to find these troops and officially honor them. This require knowledge of the battles of World War II, without this, one might have no idea about the Battle of Tarawa and its significance....
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course HIST 102 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at College of the Canyons.
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