Japanese Occupation Site-Kiska Island in Aleutians East Borough AK


Japanese Occupation Site-Kiska Island, Aleutians East Borough, Alaska

Japanese Occupation Site-Kiska Island is a cultural feature (park) in Aleutians East Borough.

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Feature Name: Japanese Occupation Site-Kiska Island
Category: Alaska physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Cultural
Class: Park
Description: National Historic Landmark
History: In June 1942, Kiska, along with Attu Island, was occupied by the Japanese. The island was abandoned by them in response to the fall of Attu and American attacks on Japanese shipping. The Japanese withdrawal was accomplished in secrecy, with no loss of lives.
Borough: Aleutians East Borough
Latitude: 51.9847221375
Longitude: 177.529449463
GNIS ID: 2493857

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