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Manga became popular after WW2 due to the exposure of American comics which were read by American servicemen who were stationed in Japan (as an occupation force ) . Manga is popular with a wide range of readers irrespective of age .
No, only stationed in, or transitting through, Australia, although a few American servicemen saw action during the air raids by the Japanese on various coastal towns such as Darwin.
US bases were stationed in the Philippines. Japan took the place in '42, then lost it to the allies in '45.
the main Japanese naval force was stationed there
The Japenese invaded the Philippines and the American general Gearge Mac Arthur had to flee.
There are several Japanese companies in the Philippines. The top Japanese companies in the Philippines are i-BRIDGE, JGC Philippines, and Fujitsu.
Karate came to America in several ways. Japanese and Okinawan immigrants brought the art with them. Servicemen returning after World War 2 learned some parts of the art while stationed in Japan and Okinawa.
The Japanese civilization got into the Philippines because they want to dominate the Philippines.
the things we got from them like, cultures and languages. ------------- The Philippines hold an American base in the pacific during that time.
American and Filipino troops retreated to Bataan.
The Japanese did influence the Philippines in some way. This was as a result of the intermarriage between the two. The immigration of the Japanese to the Philippines helped in this.
The war was the Spanish-American war.....the US has never fought a war against the Philippines, just to liberate them, the a fore mentioned war (from Spain) and WW II from the Japanese.
The Japanese were primarily interested in the Philippines because of the
Its location. The Philippines is located astride the merchant shipping route from Japan to the Dutch East Indies & British Malaysia & Singapore. The Japanese were afraid that American military bases & American naval units could interfere with Japanese shipments of stolen resources from the south to Japan.
There were 2,403 American casualties at Pearl Harbor, including 68 civilians. The wounded numbered 1,178. In addition, 65 Japanese servicemen were killed.
the bataan death march The Bataan death march were American prisoners of war being held, abused, and killed by the Japanese. I know that there were U.S. POW camps which held captured Japanese because my dad was stationed at one from July 1945 to Sept. 1946. He was a member of the 623rd Military Police Company. I've been trying to find more information about the camps but have not had much luck.
Some of the contributions of the Japanese in the Philippines is that they introduced the system of fish ponds
The japanese lost 65 servicemen
They didn't even try to win loyalty and support in the Philippines. The Japanese forces subjected the Philippine population to tremendous death, destruction, brutality and misery.
There were abpout 40,000 military personnel stationed in the city.
Spanish - 1521-1898 American - 1898-1946 Save Japanese - 1942-1945
The Philippines operated as a "puppet" regime under Japanese Occupation.
japanese occupation in the philippines
The Japanese successfully invaded the Philippines. Three years later the Allied Forces arrived and defeated the Japanese in the Philippines.