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Japan in WW2

Parent Category: WW2 Axis Powers
The Japanese were a member of the Axis forces and the primary belligerent in the Pacific Theater of war.
Not just A dock. ALL of Pearl Harbor was bombed or otherwise  attacked. However, thankfully, not all of the American Fleet was  present at the time of the attack, otherwise we may never have  recovered at all.
the axis power in WW2 were - Germany, Italy, and Japan
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It was the first time a twin engined bomber took off from anaircraft carrier (the B-25 Mitchells barely made it off the deck).It was the first air raid on Tokyo and Japanese soil in WW2 aswell.
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  == Answer ==   The man whose mantra was "the buck stops here", Harry S Truman made the decision.
The last underground nuclear test done in US history was in  November 6,1971 which was approximately 5 megatons.
The new rule of Tokugawa Shoguns, and new danger faced from trade.
America occupied the Phillepines since the Spanish American War. US  troops were there since the 2nd World War began.
The decision was the President's. He stated that he wanted to put an end to Japan's capacity to go to war.
December 7th 1941 at 9:AM
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Hiroshima: August 6, 1945 Nagasaki: August 9, 1945
The French took over French Indochina in September of 1940. TheJapanese had started a war with China three years earlier andwanted Indochina as a way to blockade China.
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Because its a nuclear bomb, it can kill millions of people in a matter of minutes.
A 20 kiloton nuke is relatively the same size as the "Fat Man" bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki in World War II. The effects of nuclear weapons vary on several factors such as terrain, environment, climate, weather patterns, blast size, blast brightness, seismographic data, and the strength of the...
  == Answer ==     Between 100,000 and 200,000.   Michael Montagne
All four sisters are about equal; but the USS New Jersey might be a little more worn out than the other three; USS Iowa, Wisconsin, and Missouri.The USS New Jersey is the only Vietnam Veteran of the bunch; and she fired nearly 6,000 16" & 15,000 5" shells during her tour on the gunline; so she...
Please be more specific about which Japanese War you are referring to. There are many wars they were in with China, Korea, Russia and WWII.
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weapon with great explosive power that results from the sudden release of energy upon the splitting, or fission, of the nuclei of such heavy elements as plutonium or uranium. When a neutron strikes the nucleus of an atom of the isotopes uranium 235 or plutonium-239, it causes that nucleus to split...
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Do you mean - to kill everybody, or - to make the Earth disintegrate? It also depends on how big the bombs are and where they are placed.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nEssentially the U.S. had been looking for an excuse to participate in the war without looking like the "bad guys." Wheras the Japanese assumed that the U.S. would be incapacitated by the attack, what they didn't know was that most of our aircraft carriers were at sea and...
90,000-166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000-80,000 in Nagasaki.
On December 7, 1941 at 6:30 in the morning a Japanese mini sub wasspotted, shot at and sunk in Pearl Harbor. The telegram sent toNavy command stated that there had been a sighting/confrontationwith a Japanese sub but without the telegram saying the sub wassunk it was not thought to be true. By 7:55...
The Japanese invaded China on July 7 1937.
The attack on Pearl Harbor from Japan, made the US get involved in the war. After about 5 years of fighting, the US dropped an atomic bomb over Hiroshima on august 6 1945.
Ending thw war sooner and saving tens of thousands of Allied and Japanese lives......
the U.S. cut their exports to Japan, in fear that the resources would eventually become weapons used against Americans
The Supervisor of Japan in WWII
At the end of World War II, few questioned Truman's decision to drop the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Most Americans accepted the obvious reasoning: the atomic bombings brought the war to a more timely end. They did not have a problem with over one hundred thousand of the enemy being...
Iwo Jima was so hard to capture because the Japanese had elaborate underground tunnels connecting to all parts of the island. Because of this the Japanese could go underground during bombing and also resupply easily they also could send there troops to where they were needed and take care of the...
  Economic growth was strong between 1932 and 1941. All economics were based upon supporting the Empire.
Bockcar is being displayed in the National Museum of the United States Air Force.
Nuclear weapons have only been used in combat on Japan.
  See: Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
The circle in the middle of the flag represents the sun. Japan's name translates to "The land of the rising sun." The white represents honesty and purity and the red disc is a sun symbol meaning brightness, sincerity and warmth. (World Flags)
  LTC Doolittle's raid on Tokyo in 1942.
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  Obtain the book titled: "Day of Deceit; The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor." (2000), by Robert B. Stinnett.
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The embargo resulted in the attack on Pearl Harbour.
Taiwan is geologically connected with China. The dividing Taiwan Strait is a shallow continental shelf with few spots deeper than 80 meters. Several times after the Pleistocene period it even became a land bridge connecting Taiwan and China as the sea level descended during the ice age. The same...
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  Hitler, Hirohito, and Mussolini are normally given credit for it.
  The Tea service and the Way of the Samurai.
おきなわ hiragana沖縄 kanji
Emperor Hirohito (posthumously called the Showa Emperor)
It wasn't fascist, if you mean exterminating all races but their own. You've got to realize that "Japan" at that time included parts of Eastern China and all of Korea, so it would have been impossible to kill off all Chinese and Koreans.
The Japanese's employment of kamikazes meant that the Allies (US) would have to fight to the death for every island the Japanese controlled at an unacceptable (by most countries' standards) 15+% fatality rate of our soldiers. The idea of the bombings was to do so much damage that the Japanese knew...
Hitler started world war 2 then japan got involved
The exact date of the attack is December 7, 1941.
They adopted the United States and Germany ideas for a economic reforms
It made them become more brave
It splits atoms in a process called fission (not FUSION).
ちくしょう /chi ku shou/. しまった /shi ma-tta/ also is close, meaning 'oh damn! holy stuff!.. etc'.
  To continue with his monarch form of government.
The League of Nations was viewed by the world as "the league of the victors of World War 1" rather than a fair league for all nations. Most nations ignored the League and their goals therefore the League did little to prevent World War 2. The Treaty of Versailles was also connected to the League of...
General Douglas MacArthur graduated from the West Texas Military Academy in 1903. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Corp of Engineers after graduation in 1903.
At the end of World War II, few questioned Truman's decision to drop the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Most Americans accepted the obvious reasoning: the atomic bombings brought the war to a more timely end. They did not have a problem with over one hundred thousand of the enemy being...
Japan treated Europeans badly because of the spread of Christianity. Missionaries went around trying and converting people. The Shogun did not like this so he persecuted Christians. This is similar in China with the war they fought with Europe excepted it was to prevent trade. Japan did trade with...
  The Chinese Reds were a low priority during WW2, China was fighting Japan. The communist trouble began after WW2 (after '45).
3 Ships Survived Pearl Harbor.
  Germany had approximately ten million men in uniform and Japan had about six million men under arms, during WWII.
  Emperor Hirohito.
He spread Buddhism throughout Japan.
According to the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the population in Japan in October 1940 was estimated to be 73,114,308; in November 1945 the population was estimated at 71,998,104. Japan was visibly a thriving country that was hit very hard by the bombing.
The Marshall Islands were sold to Germany and became part of German New Guinea.
  Japan does not have oil or prescious/heavy metals; such as copper, lead, tungston, etc.