Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, causing the US to declare war on Japan.
the us didn't declare war on china in world war 2 us declared war on japan on 1941 when japan bombed pearl harbor hawii
They didn't want Japan to declare war on them again like Germany did after WW1.
December 8th 1941 war decleration against Japan
Japan has been at war already, but after they attack on Pearl Harbor, the US declared war on them the next day 1942
Japan attaking pearl harbor
no, japan did not formally declare war Germany declared war on u.s. after u.s. declared war on japan
Quite the opposite, the US did not declare war on Germany, but Germany declared war on them. They did this to honor their alliance with Japan after the Pearl Harbor attacks.
I think that U.S declare war on Japan?
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Russia declared war on Japan on 8th August 1945. Two days after Hiroshima was bombed with an atomic weapon.
The United States was bombed by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor which cause a declaration of war but Germany had an alliance with Japan and it had forced the United States to declare war on Germany too. Then Germany had an alliance with Italy which cause the United States to declare war on yet another country. Then the world was at war and therefore World War 2 started.
Sorry for that last answer. Some people. It all started with Pearl Harbor for America. Since so much damage was inflicted, Roosevelt soon asked the UN to declare war on Japan.
USSR was part of the Allies, but mostly because Japan was spreading and their empire was becoming a threat to the USSR
This statement is true. Japan started the war with the United States when they attacked without warning and did not declare war on the US. Within days Germany declared war on the US and the US declared war on Japan. The US then entered World War 2 as well as Japan.
The United States declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941, one day after the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Pearl Harbor which happened on December 7, 1941 is what brought the US into world war 2 and why it declared war on Japan and Germany.
No Japan did not benefit from World War 2.
Japan attacked China long before the rest of the world got involved in World War 2, beginning by taking control of Manchuria in 1931-33. Then in 1937 they moved against the entire country.
December 8, 1941, the day after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor
8 Dec 1941 against Japan, then against Germany on 11 Dec 1941.
Germany, Italy and the other minor Axis nations. The only nation the US did declare war on was Japan, the day after Japan attacked the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbor. Three days after the US declared war on Japan, Germany and Italy declared war against the US. That was enough to bring about a state of war between the US and Germany and Italy. There was no need for Congress to declare war back.
they were attacked by japan in pearl harbor Hawaii in December 7 1941 but declared war dec. 8 1941
The U.S allowed Japan to retain Hirohito as their emperor. It relinquished JapanÕs ability to declare war and the U.S had the responsibility of defending Japan.
The US got into World War II because of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941. President Roosevelt asked Congress on December 8 to declare war on Japan. This in turn, caused Germany and Italy to declare war on the US.
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