Japan accomplished the same thing that it's partner Germany did; they both accumulated a lot of foreign territory (countries). On the technical side, the Japanese advanced the uses of the aircraft carriers, which included outstanding fighters, dive bombers, & torpedo aircraft; massive sized submarines, the largest in the world at that time; aircraft carrying submarines; Germany, Japan & Italy all used midget (mini) submarines; the most powerful battleships in the world - Yamato & Mushashi (Nine 18-inch guns/rifles, 70,000 ton displacement), and the most powerful torpedo during WWII, the "Long Lance."
Japan was defeated militarily by the might of the United States (plus two Atom Bombs).
The United States was involved militarily in World War 2 from 12-7-41 to 9-2-45 when the Japanese surrendered. They continued the aerial bombing of Japan until the surrender.
US occupation did NOT affect Japan DURING the war, but after it, since the war ended with the occupation of Japan. So, the occupation denied Japan of many soldiers, military facilities etc, rendering it quite useless militarily. Afterwards, the US made immigration to and from Japan easier, enriching both countries. That is what happened in most sectors, technology, science, industry, the American 'way' was introduced, while Japan developed on these principles.
Tojo was the leader of japan during ww2
Japan had two leaders during World War 1. From 16 April 1914
Japan as on the Axis side during WWII.
Hideki Tojo was the dictator of Japan during WWII.
After defeat in World War II, Japan was occupied by the Allies for several years and became a democracy instead of an empire. During the 1960s and 70s, the country went through an unprecedented period of economic growth as a way of bouncing back from the war.
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During WW2 in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan.
The emperor of Japan during WW2 was Emperor Hirohito.
Italy and Germany were allied to Japan during WWII.
Japan had over 50,000 airplanes during WW2.
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underwent political reform and economic expansion.
Hideki Tojo was the leader of japan in world war 2.
during WW2, there was no trade between Japan and the US
Hirohito was the leader of Japan during World War 2.
I suppose the simple answer is the defeat of Germany, Italy & Japan, all of which wanted to expand their empires.
After Japan emerged from its isolationist or Sakoku period, it began its Industrial Revolution. This period was known as Meiji, and it changed Japan's political, cultural and economic structure to welcome the modern world. It colonized Manchuria, Korea and Taiwan during this period, and it's growth skyrocketed until it was able to compete with other world powers both militarily as well as economically.
Emperor Hirohito was the emperor during World War 2.
Japan was the third member of the TRIPARTITE PACT. Germany, Italy, and Japan.
Everything. The US did not ship anything to Japan during the war, we were enemies!