Pacific Campaign or Pacific Campaigns, usually refers to the Pacific War (1941–1945): campaigns involving Allied and Axis forces, in the Pacific and Asia during World War II.
Within the context of World War II, "Pacific Campaigns" include:
- Pacific Ocean theater of World War II – the naval and island campaigns in the Central Pacific, North Pacific and South Central Pacific, and;
- South West Pacific theater of World War II – the campaigns in and around the Philippines, New Guinea, Australia, most of the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia) and the British colonies in Borneo.
Pacific Theater of Operations is a generic term, in US military history, for all campaigns in the Pacific during World War II
Pacific Campaign may also refer to the following campaigns in other wars:
- Pacific Coast campaign (Mexican-American War) (1846–1848) United States Navy operations during the Mexican-American War
- Pacific campaign (Spanish-American War), between the United States and Spain during the Spanish–American War of 1898
- Asian and Pacific theatre of World War I (1914–1918), between the Allies and the German Empire
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