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It didnt really affect the war that much. the attack was to small to affect it very much.

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Q: How did the attack on Sydney by the Japanese during World War 2 affect the outcome of the war?
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Which city was attacked by midget submarines in 1942?

This attack is known as the Attack on Sydney Harbor. During WWII, Japanese submarines attacked the Australian cities of Sydney and Newcastle.

Why did the Japanese attack Sydney harbor in 1942?

The Japanese attacked because they wanted their shoes (which the Australian people stolle from them) back, as ghandi ordered them to.

How did the attack on pearl harbor affect the outcome of ww2?

The attack on the American naval base at Pearl harbour by the Japanese on 7th December 1941 affected the outcome of WW2 by bringing America in to the conflict. America had been following a policy of isolationism (they did not want to get drawn in to what they saw as primarily a European problem) up until this point.

Who authorised ashes of japanese submarine sailors in the 1942 attack in sydney harbour?

The Australian war cabinet.

Why did the Japanese attack Sydney Harbor in World War 2?

Australia was in the war on the side of the Allies, making them the enemies of the Japanese, who were trying to gain control of Asia.

At any time during World War 2 did Japanese planes enter Sydney harbor?

A Japanese float plane from a submarine carried out a flight over Sydney Harbour to map out the targets for the three midget submarines which carried out the attack.

What phrase best summarizes Roosevelt's description of the outcome of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor?

Devastating with sustainable damage

What date did Japanese submarines attack sydney harbor?

Three Japanese midget-subs attacked on the night of May 31st/June 1st, 1942. See wikipedia for details.

Did the Japanese bomb Bellevue Hill Sydney Australia during World War 2?

No, they only bombed northern Australia. There was an attack in sydney habour however involving Jap minisumarines.

Was Croker Island actually attacked by the Japanese as in the movie 'Australia'?

The Japanese attacked Australia in Air raids and once they attacked Sydney harbour by sneaking mini submarines in. However there was never an attack by Japanese soldiers on Australian soil.

Why did Japanese attack the Sydney harbor?

To prevent the Austrailians from coming to the defense of America after the Pearl Harbor attack.Answer To attack shipping (most particularly USS Chigaco) where full-sized submarines couldn't go, as part of the Japanese plan to disprupt Allied shipping.

What knowledge did the US have that influenced the outcome of the Battle of the Midway?

The Japaneses naval code was broken by the allies, and imminent attack plans by the Japanese was decoded by the allies.

Why did the sydny attack had so much impact in Australia?

If we are speaking of the attack by the Japanese on Sydney Harbour the fact is that it had practically no impact on Australia Aside from the tragic effect it had on the friends and relatives of those that were murdered as a result of this action.

How did Japan attack Australia?

Most of Japan's attacks were aerial bombings on darwin, Broome, Wyndham and even in north Queensland. However, the Japanese did send a couple of midget submarines into Sydney Harbour in an attack which basically failed.

Explain the Japanese attack on pearl harbor?

the attack was tragic

Did the Japanese land in Australian territory?

No the closest they ever got was entering Sydney Harbour in the dead of night wth mini submarines and engage in an ill fated attack. the Japanese that landed on Australian soil were either prisoners of war or they were dead.

When did the US attack the Japanese?

The first attack on Japanese military was just days after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

How did the attack on Pearl Harbor affect women in America?

As a woman commented during the burying of dead Japanese pilots near Pearl Harbor, just after the attack, "...they were some mother's sons."

How did the Pacific War affect Australia?

Australia was the foot hole for the allied troops to mount an attack on Japanese forces. The battle of Guadalcanal was the deciding battle in preventing the Japanese invasion of Australia.

When was the attack on pearl harbor by the Japanese?

December 7, 1941, was the date of the Japanese attack.

What was the final outcome of the attack of pearl harbor?


What did the japanese in Pearl Harbor have to do with the attack?

The Japanese-Americans living and working on Oahu Island (where Pearl Harbor and Honolulu are located) had nothing to do with the attack on Pearl Harbor. Japanese Naval Pilots were the ones who perpetrated the attack.

How did Americans treat Japanese immigrants after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941?

After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese citizens and immigrants were put in concentration camps

Why were the Japanese and Americans at war?

The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese.

What affect the Chinese attack on Pearl Harbor have on US foreign policy?

Very little as the Chinese did not attack Pearl Harbor the Japanese did so.

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