What helped to protect Japan from invasion?
During the early part of World War Two, the distance of Japan was so far from the US that the Pacific Ocean protected Japan from invasion. The Chinese had no chance to invade Japan and the USSR had an agreement not to engage in combat until the very last days before Japan's surrender.
The thing that helped it to protect Japan from invasion is the sea around it.
Long answer Japan has a self defense force. it is quiet large. with over 200,000 active troops. America also has a sizable force of 35,000 troops in japan. If war broke with japan and say China, we would declare war on china and send all our troops to japan and south korea to protect them and as foot holds to move into main land japan/south korea. Basically Japans enemies are close by but also would…
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Because Japan refused to surrender. Japan did not believe in surrender. They felt every Japanese person, men women children, civilian, military should die to save the emperor. It was the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki or the invasion of Japan. The invasion of Japan would have killed a lot more people than the two atomic bombs did. Japan surrendered after Nagasaki was bombed. It was the lesser of two evils and saved countless Allied…
Will the federal government protect all states against foreign invasion and internal violence and rebellion?
Japan refused to surrender. Japan did not believe in surrender, and hated people who did surrender instead of dying to the last person. Pres. Truman dropped two atomic bombs on Japan and Japan surrendered. It was either two atomic bombs or invasion of Japan. Invasion of Japan would mean that the war would last another year and kill a lot more people than the atomic bombs did. Japan surrendered after Nagasaki was bombed, not after…
In WWII, Japan attacked China, made an alliance with Germany and Italy and attacked the USA on December 7, 1941. The refusal of Japan to surrender resulted in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, after which Japan surrendered. Japan's invasion of China, (and the failure of the League of Nations to respond to the invasion), was one of the causes of WWII. Japan was not a neutral nation in WWII.