become the strongest East Asian nation.
Italy, Germany, and Japan
No Japan did not benefit from World War 2.
I believe that the axis consisted of Germany, Japan and in the beginning of the war Russia and Italy
First Japan in the Pacific and then Germany .
1939 with Hilter invasion of Poland to 1945 with the bombing of Japan.
East Asia and the Pacific Ocean.
Germany Japan Italy Soviet Union
Japan was defeated in World War II.
Japan attacked China long before the rest of the world got involved in World War 2, beginning by taking control of Manchuria in 1931-33. Then in 1937 they moved against the entire country.
The second world war was a result of totalitarian, militaristic regimes in Germany, Italy, and Japan. The war began when Germany invaded Poland.Ê
Hideki Tojo was the leader of japan in world war 2.
Germany and Japan were allies during World War 2. They were not at war with each other.
Hitler started world war 2 then japan got involved
Japan attacked Manchuria, this causing the second world war.
Whitch countries were involved in world war 2 in addition to America and japan?
Japan was not allied with Germany in World War 1. That was world war 2.
The main two countries that made up the axis powers at the beginning of world war 2 was Germany and Italy. Later in the war, Japan joined them.
The beginning of Japan's quest for the empire began with Sino-Japanese war of 1894 and ended after world war 2
Certainly, it gave them LESS warships to fight.
He was in World War 2 from the very beginning!
Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931 - before the start of World War 2.
Near the end of world war2. The axis powers were Germany and Japan. At the beginning of WW2,the axis was Germany, Italy, and Japan. The US fought with Japan, Germany, and Italy, therefore the answer is Yes.
Germany and Japan were on the same side in World War II.In World War I Japan was on the Allied side and fought against Germany.
September 1939 is the month the historians use as the beginning of World War 2.
the war began in September 1939. Japan surrendered in august 1945.