Saint George's Channel (Bismarck Archipelago)
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Saint George's Channel Bismarck Archipelago

Saint George's Channel in the Bismarck Archipelago, lies between New Ireland and New Britain. It is named by analogy with St George's Channel between Great Britain and Ireland.

History

During World War II Saint George's Channel was used by the Imperial Japanese Navy connecting Rabaul to the open sea and for ships bound for the Solomon Islands. Allied missions against Japanese forces at Cape St. George and St. George's Channel were conducted at December 31, 1942 - October 26, 1944.[1][2]

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