Battle Of Kokoda Research Paper

Satisfactory Essays
During 1942 Australia faced very bad times, following Japan’s sudden entry into the Second World War in December 1941. There was a rapid advance of Japanese forces through Asia and the Pacific. The Japanese forces appeared to be invincible, and this worsened by them attacking the Australian mainland with the bombing of Darwin and northern Australia, and the submarine attacks in Sydney Harbor. The Kokoda Track was a narrow track over the rugged mountains of Papua New Guinea where 625 Australian troops were killed and over 1000 were far as war goes it was one of the worst situations Australian soldiers have ever had to endure. The Battle of Kokoda was a four-month struggle, which began with the Japanese landing in Papua in July
Get Access