Why was the Battle of Midway a turning point in World War II? It involved the last island between the Allies and Japan. It was the first time a Japanese invasion had been halted. It showed the Japanese resolve to protect their home islands. It allowed the Allies to win back Japanese territory by island-hopping.

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It was the first time the Japanese invasion was halted. Thought in China it was slow, it was not halted. Battle of midway also saw the japanese take heavy casualties trying to take it from America.

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