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The allies unified strategy for winning the war was the commitment of the entire human and economic resources from all countries. Everyone had to be willing to give 100 percent.

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Since there had NEVER been a naval battle fought with aircraft carriers, if there were any victories...they were won by luck. Airmen from both sides had a devil of a time trying to find warships to attack; then they had a heck of time trying to sink them. Allied victory? It was a strategic allied victory in that the IJN aborted their mission. But it was a IJN tactical victory in that they sunk more allied warships; the USN fleet carrier USS Lexington, destroyer USS Sims, and the one oiler.

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Well, it depends on which war you are talking about.

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I believe this strategy was "Island Hopping" But i'm not completely sure.

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