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History
During World War II, the United States of America had forty-eight states in the Contiguous United States (CONUS) plus Territories of United States including Hawaii and Alaska plus overseas colonies including the Philippines.

During the Pacific War, the west coast of the United States was attacked by Japanese submarines and during 1945 by Japanese baloon bomb attacks.

    Contiguous United States (CONUS)
  West coast supply route to Alaska and bases
  Wartime bases and site of several Japanese attacks
  Many bases & gateway to Pacific for servicemen
  Army bases
  Army bases
  St. Louis, Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
  Louisville, Zachary Taylor National Cemetery
Alabama
  Montgomery, Maxwell AFB
    (Former) Territories of United States
  Pearl Harbor, and wartime installations
  Japanese occupied Attu & Kiska
    Unincorporated Unorganized Territory
Kingman Reef
  Located in the North Pacific Ocean
  Island occupied by the Japanese on Dec 23, 1941
  Island and atoll in the Central Pacific
  Attacked on December 8, 1941 occupied by USMC
  Located to the north of the equator
  Atoll in the central Pacific
  Part of the Line Islands, located to the south of Palmyra
  Part of the Line Islands, located to the south of Kingman Reef
    Unincorporated Organized Territory
  Guam Island in the southern Mariana Islands
    Commonweaths of the United States
  Northern Mariana Islands including Saipan and Tinian

 

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Last Updated
August 15, 2018

 

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