Because the Japanese fought to the death. They did not surrender.
About 60,000 soldiers were fighting in the battle of Iwo Jima . 60,000 soldiers is the total of how many Japanese and U.S. soldiers fought
All nations that fought Germany, fought Japan also.
Most of the Japanese-Americans who served their country during WW2 fought in Europe and they fought with courage and distinction : notably the 442nd Regimental Combat Team which is the single most highly decorated unit in the US Army .
Billions or trillions of soldiers fought in the war around the world. :p
3.5-4 million soldiers
During World War One, around 3,000,000 Austro-Hungarian soldiers fought
Because their soldiers fought and died for the cause of liberty. Yes, Canada is smaller than the US, it doesn't make Canada, by any stretch of the imagination, insignificant. At D-Day the Canadians stormed a beach.
Redcoats(british), Hessians german soldiers also called mercenaries. These soldiers fought not out of loyalty but for pay
they fought in houses
The soldiers who fought for the Union side were mostly fromNEW RESPONDENT.178,975 Black soldiers fought at the side of the Union during the Civil War, of whom 2,870 died in combat.
About 1,081,865 served with 200,000 in the RCAF and 106,000 in the RCN. Canada had 46,777 of its servicemen killed in action during WWII.
During war, most battles are usually fought by the foot soldiers who are usually under the guidance of the commanders.
In he Japanese army soldiers fought to the 'last man'. and the they even started a programme of kamikaze flight, which were suicide missions. The aim was to eliminate as many Allied targets as they could. During the famous tactic of island hopping, on a small island 23,000 Japanese fought to the last man and 20,000 Americans died (capturing about 8 square miles altogether). So, the Americans saw with fear that the Japanese did not weaken in determination to fight. They could have about 5 million soldiers, and the Americans thought that they would not be able to destroy such an army. If they tried, millions of soldiers were to die.
70,000 soldiers foght at the battle of iwo jima and there was 6,821 dead, 19,189 wounded, and 494 missing. For the Japanese,there where 21,00 who fought, and 20,703 dead, and 216 missing.
no. japanese-americans formed an all japanese-american unit named the 441st infantry battalion during WW2. they amassed numerous medals and awards for heroism. they only fought in the European theater
Approximately 2,594,000 US Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Soldiers, and Goast Guardsmen, fought in country, during the Vietnam War.
Quite possibly none. -The Battle of Midway was an entirely naval battle fought only between ships and aircraft.
They were fought in combat; on land, sea, and air.
169 spanish soldiers fought
About ten percent of the American soldiers were black.
One disadvantage towards the Loyalists (the British) was that their soldiers were mercenaries which means that they fought for money, while the Patriots (the Americans) had soldiers who fought for freedom.
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They were Japanese soldiers who followed the bushido code of honor and fought for their emperor to the deAth sword was their most prized posession