Interesting Question of the Day – 11 January 2016

In 1943, 40,000 American and Canadian soldiers invaded Kiska Island in Alaska, which the Japanese had taken earlier in the war.  They suffered over 300 casualties.

How many Japanese soldiers were killed in the operation?

WWII Trivia

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6 thoughts on “Interesting Question of the Day – 11 January 2016”

    1. That was it.

      Some of the deaths were due to friendly fire when American and Canadian units mistook each other for the Japanese, and others died due to mines and booby traps.

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