Here are answers and opinions: * The U.S. entered WWII as a result of a devastating surprise attack be Japan. Does logic permit the victim of an attack to have aggressive intent? * The US has never had an empire, at least not in the traditional sense of the word. * The US entered the war in Europe with no imperial intent, in anyone's interpretation. Unlike the Soviets, the US proved this by leaving Germany and its allies to govern themselves after the war. In the Pacific, it could be argued that the US wanted to preserve its "trading" empire, i.e. preserve open markets in Asia rather than let them be controlled by the Japanese Empire.
For their emperor and to expand their empire
November 14 1915
Hitler wanted land and minerals and oil to expand his empire
Japan decided to expand World War 2 when they decided to bomb Pearl Harbor. When Japan did this America got very angry and got involved in the war that they had not planned to enter. America had Actually said that they were not going to get involved in the World War, but Japan changed that.
because we were part of the british empire and the king delcared war so we jumped in to help :)
Japan attacked Manchuria in 1931 and China in 1937. World War II started in 1939. If the question is "As World War II progressed, Japan's desire to expand its empire led to attacks on Manchuria and China", then the answer is false because Japan invaded China before the war started.
Franklin Roosevelt did not enter World War 2. The United States, of which Roosevelt was President, entered World War 2. The US did that because it was attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan, and because Germany then declared war on the UN.
Technically, the Russian Empire fought in World War One, while the U.S.S.R. fought in World War Two. In both wars, it fought on the side of the Allies.
Japan had made territorial gains during the Sino-Japanese War of 1894 & the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905.
AnswerCanada joined world war one because Canada was part of the British Empire back then, so they were forced to join.
They went to war - and successively conquered neighboring territories.
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It didn't enter the war.
It's a commonwealth of the British Empire. Being that Britain was directly involved with the war, countries such as Australia and Canada were pulled in.
Ok, first Austria-Hungary already fell apart at the end of WW1. Then, Austria didn't enter the war. It first joined the German empire, and then Germany declared the war.
There were no "Axis Powers" in World War I.The Axis Powers were in World War II, not World War IIn World War I they were called "The Central Powers" and included:The German EmpireThe Austro-Hungarian EmpireThe Ottoman EmpireThe Kingdom of Bulgaria
A combination of pressure from the United States and a sense of nationalism prompted Japan to expand.
First of all he did want to enter the World War 1.
The war in the Pacific was precipitated by a Japanese attack upon Pearl harbor . The Japanese sought to expand their empire by crippling US forces assigned to the Pacific for military duty .
The German Empire, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
To control the seas so that your enemy cannot expand their land empire and to stop allies from sending them aid?
The Mogul Empire expanded by either war or people expansion this question is unanswerable because you did not state what kind of expansion
Italy lost all of its empire colonies in World War II.