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. The Battle of Guadalcanal was Japan’s last defeat on land in World War II. True False
The Battle of Guadalcanal was Japan's last defeat on land in World War II. FALSE.
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The Battle of Guadalcanal was Japan's last defeat on land in World War II. FALSE.
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