Highway to Conquest - Revisited
Cruise through the Pacific 1200 miles South from the Southern tip of Japan through the meandering S-shaped chain of islands known as the Bonins, the Marianas, and the Carolines, which formed stepping stones along Japan's highway to conquest during World War II. Visit such islands as Iwo Jima, Saipan, and Tinian, where some of the bitterest battles of the Pacific Theater were fought. View the remains of armaments from both sides rusting away in the jungles. Also visit serene and idyllic tropical island paradises which were bypassed by the war and observe the simple, colorful lives of the friendly natives. A must-see for every veteran of the Pacific theater in World War II.