The atomic age was born in the US with the Manhatton project; but matured in Japan, with it's use on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The cold war is the result of nuclear weapons. Japan is the birthplace of the cold war.
US Air Force and US Naval Bases were stationed in Japan.
no No, the Cold War is quite separate from WW II. Note that in WW II, Russia was an ally of the US, while Germany and Japan were enemies of the US. In the Cold War, Russia became the main enemy of the US, and West Germany and Japan were allies of the US. So the alliances switched.
The cold war caused the Vietnam War. The Atom Bomb created the cold war. If there had been no atomic bombs, there would have been no cold war. If there had been no cold war, the US may not have been involved in Vietnam in the first place. If the US had been involved, the US would have declared (total) war and defeated North Vietnam just like the US (allies) defeated Japan/Germany in WW2.
The A-Bombs created the cold war.
Japan, Germany declared war on the US, the US declared war on Japan/Germany.
The cold war was not affect by the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The cold war was a product of the deed and Japan surrendering to the United States keeping Russia out the pacific and the US in.
korea and japan
No, currently the US and Japan are allies.
The US declared war against Japan because Japan attacked US territories in the Pacific Ocean. The US did not declare war on Germany and Italy. They declared war on the US following the US declaration of War on Japan.
After Japan declared war on the US, Germany did the same to show their support for japan.
Because America and Japan were at war- Japan having attacked the US, and declared war on the US.
No nation dropped an atomic weapon during the cold war. The cold war is not the same as World War 2. Two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan by the US at the end of World War 2. The cold war is called 'cold' because it was not an actual armed conflict. It was a period marked by a conflict of ideologies, propaganda and fear.
The US invented the "A-Bomb." That device started the cold war.
It is generally accepted that the USSR lost the Cold War, not the US.
All of it. US military installations were set up in former Japanese military sites; as well as strategic regions, such as seaports, etc. Japan was used as a "cold war" base...for fighting communist expansion (Korean War and Vietnam War).
Nuclear weapons made the cold war, the cold war influenced US policies.
Japan helped the US.
The Us and Japan were at war, after Japan had attacked the US. Japan had refused to surrender to the US.
The US was forced to declare war on Japan in DECEMBER 9, 1941
The US entered WW2 with the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan. As soon as we declared war on Japan Germany delcared war on the US. The Germans had an agreement with Japan.
it started when japan bomb us