BIGGEST NAVAL BATTLE OF WWII (Part 1): The Battle of Leyte Gulf | Battle 360 | History


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  1. The Battle of Leyte Gulf is referred as the most important naval battle in the Pacific theater after the Battle of Midway.

  2. The Sakura Empire, with assist from Iron Blood (Crimson Axis) and using alien technology, will battle the Eagle Union and the Royal Navy for sea superiority.

  3. Loving this barrage of WW2 content! I used to watch this stuff with my dad when I was a child… 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 (mabuhay mga kababayan 🇵🇭)

  4. MacArthur's I shall return line is an understatement but the force he and his adversary brings to the Leyte Gulf, the largest modern naval combat of our history.

  5. This is weird that you posted this because I've been in a WW2 kick lately, specially the Pacific theater thanks to World of Warships. I've been watching WW2 videos for a couple of weeks now. This is nice. Can't wait for more.

  6. “Let’s block people from seeing the full videos we made years ago, put out these shortened videos, and maybe people will think we made a new show.”-The “History” Channel.

  7. We will REMEMBER our heroes. God bless them and thank you for protecting our freedom. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❤❤❤👨‍✈️

  8. IJN mushashi: pota bat nag solo ang yamato?

    IJN kaga: ewan ko tang ina talaga pag rami bata

    IJN fuso: pota GG nanaman gaya sa russia

    IJN nagato: surrender at 1945 nalng

  9. Admiral Nimitz and the Marines argued bypassing and isolating Japanese forces on the Philippines as part of island hopping strategy. General McArthur argued for the the invasion. President Roosevelt decided.

  10. Here are some facts: The remains of the Musashi was found in the SIbuyan Sea it now served as a tomb for those that gave their life, and compared to the Yamato the Musashi took more hits on every side before it sank.

    I know there is more to this but I can't write all of them ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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