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Article:Battle of the Coral Sea
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[[File:Coral Sea Japan Times cartoon.jpg|thumb|right|A 13 May 1942 editorial cartoon from the Japanese English-language newspaper ''[[The Japan Times|Japan Times & Advertiser]]'' depicts a dejected [[Uncle Sam]] joining [[Winston Churchill]] in erecting grave markers for Allied ships which Japan had sunk, or claimed to have sunk, at Coral Sea and elsewhere.]]
 
[[File:Coral Sea Japan Times cartoon.jpg|thumb|right|A 13 May 1942 editorial cartoon from the Japanese English-language newspaper ''[[The Japan Times|Japan Times & Advertiser]]'' depicts a dejected [[Uncle Sam]] joining [[Winston Churchill]] in erecting grave markers for Allied ships which Japan had sunk, or claimed to have sunk, at Coral Sea and elsewhere.]]
   
Japanese and U.S. carriers would face off against each other again in the battles of [[Battle of Midway|Midway]], the [[Battle of the Eastern Solomons|Eastern Solomons]], and the [[Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands|Santa Cruz Islands]] in 1942, and the [[Battle of the Philippine Sea|Philippine Sea]] in 1944. Each of these battles was strategically significant, to varying degrees, in deciding the course and ultimate outcome of the Pacific War.<ref>D'Albas, p. 102; Stille, pp. 4–5 & 72–78. The U.S. Navy later named a [[Midway class aircraft carrier|''Midway''-class aircraft carrier]] {{USS|Coral Sea|CV-43|6}} after the battle.</ref>
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Japanese and U.S. carriers would face off against each other again in the battles of [[Battle of Midway|Midway]], the [[Battle of the Eastern Solomons|Eastern Solomons]], and the [[Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands|Santa Cruz Islands]] in 1942, and the [[Battle of the Philippine Sea|Philippine Sea]] in 1944. Each of these battles was strategically significant, to varying degrees, in deciding the course and ultimate outcome of the Pacific War.<ref>D'Albas, p. 102; Stille, pp. 4–5 & 72–78. The U.S. Navy later named a [[Midway class aircraft carrier|''Midway''-class aircraft carrier]] {{USS|Coral Sea|CV-43|6}} after the battle.</ref>z
   
 
===Tactical and strategic implications===
 
===Tactical and strategic implications===
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