What war did the US win against japan?
World War II, And we won it by bombing two of their cities- Nagasaki and Hiroshima. With Atom-Bombs.
Malaysia did not exist in WW2 the war against Japan in this region was won by the US.
The bombing of Pearl Harbor
The war between Germany and Japan ended in the year 1945.
The final blow against Japan was made with atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
the next u.s. war will be against japan and and the africans
Japan, Dec 7, 1941 (state of war existed); Dec 8, 1941 US declaration of war against Japan; Germany declared war on US December 11, 1941.
Russia allied with the US and entered the war against Japan on Aug. 8, 1945
In 1945 Japan was loosing the war. There was no need to use those bombs. The President wanted revenge and most of the people did too.
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.
The US ended the war by dropping two atom bombs on Japan.
False Britain, Australia, and China aided the U.S in the war against Japan.
Us fought against Italy, Germany and Japan.
No they won against Germany in 1918.
The US fought against Nazi Germany, beginning in 1941 after Pearl Harbor when Roosevelt declared war on Japan the next day Germany declared war on the US. The US also fought against Japan in the Pacific on the islands like Midway and Guam as well as the Philippines. The War ended in 1945 with the surrender of Japan after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Battle of Midway .
Italy and Japan
Their main weapon was persistence.
US fought against the Central Powers, which included Germany, Italy, and Japan. the Axis Powers Germany, Japan and Italy
World War 2 my friend they bombed two places in japan
so they can end the war against the japan empire as soon as possible
The US has won every war against every "nation" it ever fought (minus the Vietnam War). It also was a stalemate against North Korea in the Korean war.
Germany and Japan.
They didnt win they lost against Japan
There might be many reasons that US became the target of Japan during the World War II. Japan might wanted to win over US because US was the winner of the World War I. Also Japan might wanted to rule all over the world.
the US wanted to stay out as long as possible
No. Once Japan had attacked Pearl Harbor the US had no choice but to go to war against Japan but due to the Axis pact Japan had entered into, which was a mutual aid pact with Germany and Italy, anyone at war with Japan would have to fight against the other two Axis allies as well.
After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the US Decleration of War against Japan, Germany declared War on the US.
We joined the war after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.
bombing nagsaucka and hermsionme
invading japan itself and taking over the entire country
No. Japan attacked the US on December 7, 1941; Japan declared war that same day. On December 8th, the US Congress declared war on Japan after FDR's memorable "Day of Infamy" speech. On December 11th, Germany and Italy declared war on the US, since they were allies of Japan. Later that same day, the US Congress declared war back on Germany and Italy.
For War against Japan the vote was 388 - 1. For War against Germany the vote was 393 - 0. For War against Italy the vote was 399 - 0.
The United States Senate declared war against Japan and later Germany during World War II in 1941.
On President Franklin D. Roosevelt's recommendation, the US Congress declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941, following the Japanese attack on the US fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Because of their treaty with Japan, Germany declared war on the US on December 11. The US had been directly and indirectly aiding Britain and Russia (against Germany) and China (against Japan).
IF NOT COUNTING the frontier wars: 1. War of 1812 (against Britain) 2. WW2 Aleution Islands, part of the state of Alaska (US Terrority then-against Japan)
It didn't to any significant degree: Japan fought its own war in Asia and the Pacific. It was oddly Hitler who helped Japan more by needlessly declaring war against the US, for reasons which remain unclear but may simply have been a matter of pre-empting an expected US declaration of war against Germany.
Japan Bombed Pearl Harbor, so the US declared war on Japan. A couple days later Germany and Italy declared war on the US. The US was also at war with Bulgaria and Romania but took no major actions against them.
The US Declaration of War against Japan was done on December 8, 1941 (US date-time) and the US Declarations of War against Germany & Italy were on December 11, 1941, after the Germans & Italians declared war on the US.
Against Japan in World War II, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
We dropped a-bombs on Hiroshima then Nagasaki ! They surrendered on the deck of the USS MISSURI
Yes, the US dropped to atomic bombs on Japan in order to win the war. However, Japan claims that bombing pearl harbor was to get back at the US for cutting of the oil.
no but they fought against japan
Japan, Germany and Italy.
Japan, Germeny, Italy
Germany, Italy and the other minor Axis nations. The only nation the US did declare war on was Japan, the day after Japan attacked the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbor. Three days after the US declared war on Japan, Germany and Italy declared war against the US. That was enough to bring about a state of war between the US and Germany and Italy. There was no need for Congress to declare war back.
Which war? In WW1, we declared war against Germany because of the German practice of unrestricted submarine warfare. In WWII, we declared war against Japan on December 8, 1941, as a response to the "sneak" attack on Pearl Harbor. Japan and Germany were linked by treaty, so any nation at war with Japan would also be at war with Germany. When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hitler was furious; Germany had been trying to avoid a… Read More
The US did not seek or gain revenge against Japan after WWII. It did seek justice.
By July 1942, the Japanese had already attacked the US and the war was already underway. Before the war began, the US had various war plans for the possibility of war with Japan. But none of these war plans included a US attack on Japan to start the war. All US plans assumed that the Japanese would start the war in one way or another, usually with a Japanese attack on the US forces on… Read More
There were a number of critical errors made by Japan late in the war against the US. One such error centered around the fact that Japan was far too focused on a "continental" war against China. China was not a threat to Japan but advancing US forces were. Instead of sending its many army divisions to support their Pacific Island holdings, they made an error. When it became clear the error was made, US submarines… Read More