Attu Island

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At·tu Island

 (ăt′to͞o′)
An island of southwest Alaska, the westernmost of the Aleutians. It was occupied by Japan for a short time (1942-1943) during World War II.
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Attu Island, Alaska (173[degrees]11'E, 52[degrees]50' N) is in the Near Island group of the Aleutians.
Results of a population survey of the Rock Ptarmigan Lagopus mutus evermanni on Attu Island, Alaska, 12 May-5 August 1977.
Palko--was lost after takeoff from Attu Island, Alaska, headed for the Kurile Islands, Japan.
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