Asked in Cold War
How did Stalins postwar policy goals add to the growing tensions between the US and the US?
Stalin created the Korean War.
Asked in World War 2, Japan in WW2, US in WW2
Why was it significant that the US help rebuild postwar Europe and Japan?
To stablize the political and economic situation
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2
What caused the US to implement a cash and carry policy in World War 2?
The Great Depression credit and stock disaster motivated the US to implement the cash and carry policy so people would not lose money again and to avoid debt. ...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, Japan in WW2
Who was the head of government post war world 2 in japan?
The emperor was the head of the government in postwar Japan. This was had assurance of the Japanese people and the US had to comply and helped create Japan's Constitution. ...
Asked in US in WW2, Japan, Atomic Bombs
What effects did dropping the atomic bombs on Japan have on the US?
It caused Japan to surrender to the US September 2, 1945. It also gave us kind of the upper hand in postwar talks with the Soviet Union because they feared us. After all, we turned an entire city to dust in a matter of 43 seconds. ...
Asked in USSR in WW2, Cold War, Soviet Union (USSR)
How did the postwar policies of the US and Soviet Union contribute to the beginning of the Cold War?
How did the postwar policies of the US and Soviet Union contribute to the beginning of the Cold War? ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What was the important result of the marshall plan?
In officially ending the policy of isolationism, the Marshall Plan established the postwar involvement of the US in Europe. This was necessitated by the competition between the US and the USSR (capitalism and communism) for world influence. ...
Asked in Korean War
How did the Korean War shape American foreign policy during the 1950?
The Korean War shaped American foreign policy in the 1950s by showing the American people, and the rest of the World that communism would be militarily opposed. For the first time, Americans went into battle to implement containment. This period also marked the militarization of American foreign policy. Foreign policy with Japan also changed. Recognized now as a counterweight to the Communist presence in Asia, the US began a program of capital investment in, and technology transfer to, Japan, that would spark a...
Asked in US in WW2, Atomic Bombs
What policy was the US using before dropping the atomic bomb?
A written warning to Japan with options.
How was the US experience estabishing trade with China different from US attempts to open trade with Japan?
The US opened up trade with Japan directly, being the first Western country to violate Japan's isolationist policy. As a result, they established embassies and consulates in Japan and traded directly with the Shogunate and (later) Empire of Japan. Conversely, by the time the US arrived in China, Western countries had already carved up much of China into Spheres of Influence. As a result, the US pursued the "Open Door Policy" which was a policy that would allow the US (and any...
Asked in Japan in WW2
What was the Agreements between Japan and the US between 1906 and 1909 were designed to do?
support the open door policy
How Theodore Roosevelt led US to strong foreign policy?
By putting the conflict between japan and russia and us away and there was no longer a conflict ...
Asked in US in WW2, Japan
When the US declared war on Japan and Germany in 1941 it permanently ended a longtime policy of what?
Isolationism and non intervention
Asked in World War 1, History of the United States
What made postwar adjustments difficult in the US?
The US became the world's largest debtor nation
Asked in World War 2
What unexpected turn of events occurred in postwar Vietnam involving the US?
The unexpected turn of events that occurred in postwar Vietnam involving the US was the refugees. A refugee is someone who leaves their country because of a war. ...
What type of economic system did the Marshall plan promote?
The Marshall Plan was a US Foreign Policy designed to promote CAPITALIST DEMOCRACIES in Europe by rebuilding postwar Europe and making Europeans more moderate in their approach. ...
At the time of world war how did the vision of the postwar world held by the US differ from that of the soviets and the british?
The postwar world differed because in the US we win because we're champs and russia aka the soviets gargle balls ...
Asked in World War 2, Japan in WW2, US in WW2, Atomic Bombs
Why did the US drop the atomic bombs on Japan's cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
to end the war without having to invade japan, thus saving millions of lives both of US troops and japanese civilians and troops. also hopefully preventing the USSR from invading, resulting in a postwar divided japan, as was already the case in germany and other places. ...
Asked in World War 2, World War 1
What countries of the world did the US become involved in due to this policy?
Germany, Italy, France, hungary, Romania, Russia, Japan, and austrailia.