How world war 2 effected Japanese people?
One of the major effects was they can not hold a strong military, only a small defense force for dire occasions. They currently are under U.S. protection, and are not allowed to posess firearms.
first answer: 2,620,000 to 3,120,000 Japanese people were killed in World War 2. Most people were killed by being dragged off to war, and over 110,000 Japanese people died in American concentration camps even though they were American citizens. second answer: Japanese were not killed in American camps. While in the camps, the Japanese were well taken care of and not abused.
Simply put No. its not a "nickname". The Japanese were called " Jap's " in WWII (world war two) by American troops and at home in USA as well . it was not meant to be an endearing term. Some insensitive people continued to use this phrase after the war. But it was generally known to be offensive to Japanese people and thought full people did not use it.
The war has effected our world economically wise definitely. The war right now is sucking up our money for weapons, transportation like planes, and salories for army members. The war has also effected our world populaion wise. We lost many, many soldiers in the war. Many families have been griefstricken from the loss of loved ones unfortunatley. Watch the news!!! The answer to this question is discussed MANY times there :-).
the Japanese attack singpore during war 1 and war 2. they are cruel that they attack singpore. some people died during the war. what did Singapore do to the Japanese country? but at last the Japanese give up that they do not have enough bomb. fort canning is the place that the people died at that place.