World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal

World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
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This is a 15 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

During the fall of 1942, the Japanese made several efforts to capture Henderson Field and retake Guadalcanal. Unable to move reinforcements to the island during daylight hours due to the threat of Allied air attacks, they were limited to delivering troops at night using destroyers. This method of troop movement, dubbed the "Tokyo Express" by the Allies, led to several night engagements, such as the Battle of Cape Esperance as Allied ships attempted to block the Japanese.

In November 1942, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, commander of the Japanese Combined Fleet, prepared for a large reinforcement mission to the island. Organizing 2 groups, Yamamoto formed a convoy of slow transports and 12 destroyers under Rear Admiral Raizo Tanaka and a bombardment force under Vice Admiral Hiroaki Abe. Consisting of the battleships Hiei and Kirishima, the light cruiser Nagara, and 11 destroyers, Abe's group was tasked with bombarding Henderson Field to prevent Allied aircraft from attacking Tanaka's transports. Alerted to Japanese intentions, the Allies dispatched a reinforcement force (Task Force 67) to Guadalcanal.

To protect the supply ships, Rear Admirals Daniel J. Callaghan and Norman Scott were dispatched with the heavy cruisers USS San Francisco and USS Portland, the light cruisers USS Helena, USS Juneau, and USS Atlanta, as well as 8 destroyers.

While Tanaka's 4 transports reached Guadalcanal, they were quickly attacked by Allied aircraft the next morning, destroying most of the heavy equipment on board. The Allied success in the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal ensured that the Japanese would be unable to launch another offensive against Henderson Field. Unable to reinforce or adequately supply Guadalcanal, the Japanese Navy recommended that it be abandoned on December 12, 1942.

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Overview
Combatants
Japanese Convoy
US Response
Close Range Fighting
Trading Blows
Battleship Losses
Bombing Henderson Field
Reinforcements
Fighting Continues
Tanaka Withdraws
Aftermath
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World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal