This page contains a collection of resources on the Battle of Iwo Jima, which took place from February 19 - March 26, 1945.
February 19 - March 26, 1945
The penultimate campaign of the Pacific theater, the battle for Iwo Jima was the definitive operation for the Marine Corps, putting into practice the skills of amphibious assault first contemplated in the 1920's and finely honed in the Solomons, Marshals, Marianas, and Palaus over 21/2 years of war. Iwo Jima was the bloodiest battle in the history of the Corps (more casualties than the Union army at Gettysburg), yielding, among many things, more than 1/4 of all the Medals of Honor awarded Marines during World War II and the most widely reproduced photograph of all time.
History Animated's recounting of the Battle of Iwo Jima with animated maps.
Excellent resource on the battle of Iwo Jima and the events surrounding and stemming from the famous flag raising on Mt. Suribachi.
Enterprise CV-6 operated off Iwo Jima from 19 February to 9 March 1945, with near-continuous air operations.
Includes a number of stories from servicemen who served on Iwo Jima -- also known as "Sulfur Island" or "the Black Pearl" to name but a few.
Historical overview and special image selection on the Iwo Jima operation of February - March 1945. The U.S. Naval History & Heritage Command is the official history program of the U.S. Department of the Navy.
U.S. Department of the Navy summary of the Battle of Iwo Jima.
The following map plots the locations of the 131 significant World War II battles and campaigns in the Pacific theater from 1941-1945. Below the map is a listing of the significant Pacific theater battles and campaigns sorted by date.
EverythingWorldWar2's collection of resources focused on World War II personal accounts and stories from navy and marine personnel.
EverythingWorldWar2's collection of information and resources related to the World War II ships and navies.
EverythingWorldWar2's collection of information and resources related to the World War II aircraft and aviation.
Dramatics battle photos of US troops in action during World War II in the Pacific.
History of World War II, Pacific Theater of Operations. Includes HTML versions of official US Army, US Army Air Forces, US Marine Corps, and US Navy histories; and more.
Ships, units and persons who appeared in Pacific Theatre of Operations from 7 December 1941 to 2 September 1945.
NavWeaps' comprehensive order of battle listings for all major World War II pacific theater battles.
This page is a joint effort by Royal Netherlands Navy Warships of World War II and The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. The purpose of this forum is to discuss and research the Pacific War.
Stories from WWII from the Pacific war. From sides to President Truman to A Japanese Sub Commander. A comprehensive collection of testimonials.
A database of photographs, descriptions and locations of WWII wreckage remaining in Pacific.
Little known facts about the Pacific War in World War 2, the early years.
Detailed index of EverythingWorldWar2's collection of information and resources related to World War II. This includes battles, maps, pictures, photos, documents, timelines, museums, forums, D-Day, Pearl Harbor, the European, African and Pacific war theaters, ships, u-boats, naval forces, aircraft, aviation, air forces, tanks, weapons, personal stories, military units, militaria, collectibles, books, video clips and special World War II topics.