The war in the Pacific Theatre during World War Two was unlike any ever fought. It was a savage, no holds barred conflict, fought in dense jungles and on barren volcanic islands. It covered tens of thousands of miles where supplies, including the basic essentials of life such as food and water, were often short and sometimes nonexistent. Where fighting was savage and often hand to hand... No Hollywood movie could ever completely convey what really happened in the Pacific between 1941 and 1945. To understand you need to see the remarkable images (many in color) and hear the voices of the men who survived hell on earth. This remarkable collection is the uncensored story of that land war against Japan, the Island Hopping campaign in the Pacific Theater that opened the ROAD TO TOKYO. Through rare footage and exclusive interviews we will take you through that hell that was the war on some of the most exotic and forbidden battlefields in all of recorded history. A war where mercy was forgotten, revenge was a GI battle cry and surrender was not an option for the soldiers of the Emperor.