Iwo Jima - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Iwo Jima - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Io-jima; Iwo-Jima; Iwojima; Iwo Jima Island; Io Jima; Iwo jima; Iōtō; Iwōtō; Iwoto; Ioto; Iwo To; Iwō Tō; Io To; Iō Tō; Ivo jima; Iō-tō; Iwo-To; History of Iwo Jima
  • U.S. postage stamp, 1945 issue, commemorating the Battle of Iwo Jima.
  • B-24 Liberators after attacking Iwo Jima on December 15, 1944
  • Iwo Jima from the [[International Space Station]] in 2016
  • airport control tower]] <small>(2010)</small>
  • Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima

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Iwo Jima, Insel im Norden des Pazifiks, blutiger Schauplatz einer Schlacht des Zweiten Weltkrieges 1945 zwischen amerikanische Marinekräfte und japanisches Militär (Insel wurde 1945 von den USA erobert)
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  • Ecologists on Wake Atoll spraying herbicide into the bark of an invasive ironwood tree, 2017
  • The insignia for ''Campaign Fierce Sentry'' (FTO-02 E2), a [[Missile Defense Agency]] Integrated Flight Test in 2015, depicts a map of Wake Island within the head of an eagle
  • Passengers and crew of Pan Am's ''China Clipper II'' Boeing 747 at Wake Island during a 1985 trip across the Pacific to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first ''[[China Clipper]]'' flight
  • 6}} takes formal possession of Wake Island for the United States with the raising of the flag and a [[21-gun salute]] on January 17, 1899.
  • U.S. Navy's]] [[United States Exploring Expedition]], 1838–42
  • The ''Benjamin Constant''
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  • Chamorros]] from Guam who worked for Pan American Airlines and were on the island when the Japanese attacked on December 8, 1941. 10 of the men were killed during the attack and the remaining 35 were sent to prison camps in Japan and China.
  • drifters]]" on November 8, 1949.
  • Aerial view of Pan American Airways Hotel and facilities on Peale Island at Wake Atoll. The hotel is on the left, the anchor from the ''Libelle'' shipwreck and the pergola leading to the "Clipper" seaplane dock is on the right.
  • Members of the [[Tanager Expedition]] explore an abandoned feather collecting camp on Peale Island.
  • Distinguished Service Medal]], Fourth Oak Leaf Cluster, to General [[Douglas MacArthur]] during the [[Wake Island Conference]].
  • Pan American Airways (PAA) construction workers "lighter" building materials from SS ''North Haven'' to the dock at Wilkes Island, Wake Atoll.
  • A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor is launched from a THAAD battery located on Wake Island, during Flight Test Operational (FTO)-02 Event 2a, conducted November 1, 2015.
  • [[Tanager Expedition]] tent camp in 1923 at Wake Island, established on the eastern end of Wilkes Island
  • Atsugi]], Japan, flies over the "Downtown" area of Wake Island.
  • U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service]] personnel in May 1975
  • Palm trees at Wake Island's lagoon
  • Super Typhoon Ioke]] in 2006 at the Memorial Chapel on Wake Island
  • Aerial view of Wake Island Atoll
  • The formal surrender of the Japanese garrison on Wake Island, September 7, 1945. Island commander Admiral [[Shigematsu Sakaibara]] is the Japanese officer in the right-foreground.
  • U.S. Civilian [[POW]]s Memorial
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Iwo Jima

Iwo Jima, now officially romanized Iōtō (硫黄島, "Sulfur Island"), is one of the Japanese Volcano Islands, which lie south of the Bonin Islands and together with them make up the Ogasawara Archipelago. Together with the Izu Islands, they make up Japan's Nanpō Islands. Although 1,200 km (750 mi) south of Tokyo on Honshu, Iwo Jima is administered as part of the Ogasawara Subprefecture of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

Only 21 square kilometers (8.1 sq mi) in size, the island is still volcanic and emits sulfurous gases. The highest point of Iwo Jima is Mount Suribachi at 169 m (554 ft) high. Although likely passed by Micronesians who made their way to the Bonins to the north, Iwo Jima was largely ignored by the Spanish, Dutch, British, and Japanese until a relatively late date after its 1543 rediscovery. The Japanese eventually colonized the island, administering it as the Ioto or Iojima Village under Tokyo's jurisdiction until all civilians were forcibly evacuated to Honshu in July 1944 near the end of World War II. Because it was able to provide secure airfields within easy range of the Japanese Home Islands, Iwo Jima was not passed by like other Pacific fortresses; instead, the Battle of Iwo Jima between February 1945 and March 1945 was some of the fiercest fighting of the Pacific War, with Imperial Japan and the United States both suffering over 20,000 casualties. Joe Rosenthal's photograph of the second flagraising on Mount Suribachi has become one of the most famous examples of wartime photojournalism and an iconic American image. Following the Japanese surrender, the US military occupied Iwo Jima along with the other Nanpo Islands and the Ryukyus; Iwo Jima was returned to Japan with the Bonins in 1968.

Now technically part of the territory of the Bonins' Ogasawara Village, the island still has no permanent inhabitants except a Self-Defense Force base on its Central Field. Its soldiers, sailors, and airmen receive their own services from Ayase or Sayama but provide emergency assistance to communities on the Bonins who are still connected with the mainland only by an infrequent day-long ferry.

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1. about Kristallnacht and Iwo Jima?
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2. Instead of trying to make an assault on Iwo Jima,
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3. He'd make-- he'd make his version of Iwo Jima.
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4. fighting on the sands of Iwo Jima that the score--
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5. This won't be planting a flag on Iwo Jima.
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Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Iwo Jima
1. Elizabeths, the Marine Corps‘ Iwo Jima Memorial and RFK Stadium.
2. Iwo Jima is about 1,120km (700 miles) south–east of Tokyo.
3. It helped capture a key airfield at the Battle of Iwo Jima in the Pacific.
4. Staff writer Ann Scott Tyson, aboard the USS Iwo Jima, contributed to this report.
5. Marines on Iwo Jima captured Mount Suribachi, where they raised the American flag.