Their basic strategy was to attack and demoralize. They had told their citizens that an attack on Pearl Harbor would result in a war that the United States would not be able to endure because we were not racially pure and as a result did not have the courage to fight for what we believed. Unfortunately for them, they were wrong in the 40's. But today it appears that their assessment may have been correct.
It was seen as an effective military strategy. It was seen as an effective military strategy.
It was the Schlieffen Plan.
Flanking, Snpiers, Gas, and Stealth
The germany military strategy that means "lightning war" was blitzkrieg .
The US did not have a strategy in the Pacific. There was little or no conflict in the Pacific in WW I, the military activity all took place in Europe.
No General, Hitler controlled everything.
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Blitzkrieg (blitz) which means lightning attack.
Many if not most military analysts and historians refer to the military term of strategy which is broad in scope. Strategy is tied into both the military plans along with to the ideas about a nation's political objectives for which a war is being fought. In the US Civil War, as an example, the way to reach the Unions political goals was to formulate a successful military strategy.
What was japans achillies heel in world war two
Japan's economy after World War II was extremely poor. We had to support them.
Germany Italy & Japan. Germany has Hitler. The Italian Duce is Mussolini. Japans military leader is General Tojo.
Domination of the East and the Pacific.
because he was japans emperor
they ate potatotes
Japan had an Emporer.