Guadalcanal Webinar

Robert M. Citino, PhD, examines the concluding weeks of a pivotal battle in the Pacific theater.

Final US dominance over air, sea, and land made Japanese resupply by the Tokyo Express virtually impossible. After months of grueling combat in horrific conditions, the Japanese finally withdrew and surrendered the island of Guadalcanal in February 1943. Analyze the significance of Guadalcanal in the scope of World War II and its legacy 75 years later.

This is the last installment of the three-part series. Watch part one and part two.