Quoted TextQuoted TextQuoted TextQuoted TextQuoted TextQuoted TextWhat you will find is that the Ostfront had foul weather for a little more than one season, possibly stretched to two. In the Pacific, the weather was always a pressure cooker.
This is nonsense Matt. Most of the these areas in the pacific endure seasonal monsoon seasons, but the dry seasons are warm, but not terrible.
Here's the average temperatures on Iwo Jima.
Here's the average temperature on Singapore.
Here's the climate in Burma.
Lots of people seem to think Hawaii (Pearl Harbor) has a pretty nice climate too. They go on vacations there and stuff.
You are correct. I was basing my observation mainly on Indochina, which has nice weather in some parts.
We didn't fight in IndoChina. Japan still held Indochina at the end of the war. What are you talking about Matt?
The Allies were in IndoChina, specifically the Commonwealth, the French and the US.
Matt, you're being ridiculous. Read your own link. That "campaign" was 3 days long from the Japanese showing up to end of the fighting. There were ZERO US or British troops. And French IndoChina was already Vichy controlled...
The mention of Commonwealth troops are those in Burma, and the mention of US troops are those in the Philippines.
Again... what are you talking about?
The first link says the exact same thing your previous link said... 3 days of 'campaign'. The second link is a dead ebay link. The others talk about Burma. Indochina is NOT the same as Burma.
Are you saying that Burma was worse than the Eastern front?
Are you saying that the Philippines were worse than the Eastern front? Other islands?
Which part of the Eastern front? It was like ~800 miles long.