Asked in Pearl Harbor, Japan in WW2, Southeast Asia
What conflict led Japan to attack the us and European colonies in southeast Asia?
there wasnt really a conflict that caused Japan to attack the US. the US was not at war with Japan until after Pearl Harbor, in which the Japanese were the aggressors. ...
How Theodore Roosevelt led US to strong foreign policy?
By putting the conflict between japan and russia and us away and there was no longer a conflict ...
Asked in Pearl Harbor, American Revolution, US in WW2
Was the attack on pearl harbor a compromise and conflict?
I'm not siding with anyone here. But it was pretty messed up that Japan bombed us. Then again you have to think why did they bomb us? Well because we banned exports to Japan which is needed to survive, Japan practically didn't have any resources. The fact that we banned exports to Japan is a conflict (it is for Japan). Not only was that a conflict but, the attack by Japan was cruel and made the conflict worser. The attack on...
In World War 2 what economic issues led to conflict between the US and Japan?
are you in Mrs. Hawe's class ?
Asked in World War 2, Pearl Harbor, Japan in WW2, Japan
Why was oil a major source of conflict between the US and japan in the early 1940s?
Because Japan only had enough oil in their reserves to support a 2 year war. ...
Asked in Japan in WW2, US in WW2, Japan
Why did Japan feel impelled to instigate military conflict with the US in 1941?
To prevent the US (by eliminating the Battleship Fleet based at Pearl Harbor) from interferring with their plans of conquest. ...
Asked in World War 2, World War 1, Britain in WW2
What countries were in conflict during World War 2?
Allied Countries (US, UK, France) and Axis Countries (Germany, Italy, Japan) ...
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2
Why was the US determined to stay neutral in World War 2?
Because most of us did not want involved in foreign affairs such as brutal conflict. That was, until Japan bombed us. Then, it was all over for the enemy. ...
Could the US have beat Japan without the atom bomb?
Yes, but the Invasion would have required the sacrifice of many lives on both sides of the conflict. ...
Asked in Japan
How did japan respond to the forced trade with the US and what was the result by 1890's?
Japan did not respond well to the forced trade with the United States and there was a great deal of tension between the two countries as well as conflict. ...
Why did the us dropped the atom bomb on hiroshima?
The Us and Japan were at war, after Japan had attacked the US. Japan had refused to surrender to the US. ...
Asked in History of the United States, Japan
How was oil a source of conflict between Japan and the US?
Attack on Pearl Harbor had origins in a decision by USA to limit oil exports to Japan in 1941 due to Japanese invasion of China. OR Because Japan only had enough oil in their reserves to support a 2 year war. ...
Asked in China and Chinese Territories, Japan
What is The Most Important Consequences of China and Japan Conflict?
I think it was that China defeated Japan, as well as other enemies.
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, Japan in WW2
Is it possible the US might have been able to fight either Germany or japan while avoiding armed conflict with the other?
Not really. Germany and Japan were allies to each other and had agreed to support each others interests in the war. ...