What was Japan could before Japan?
Japan has been known historically as either the land of the Rising Sun, or the House of the Rising Sun- which could refer to the ruling family, or their palace. Both titles are correct. Also a popular song by the Animals and later Frijid Pink-love that hot rod or is it X-craft run-up 25-50- 75- slight slip- FULL!
because they had no mode of transportation to get to the island of japan and an unexpected tsunami hit the army before they could get there
He didn't. He started the process of unification, but was killed before he could complete it.
before tsunami japan was really quite.
well the rest of the world was already at war, but japan feared that we would attack them, so they bombed pearl harbor before we could attack them
Part of China.
If you mean the one that was dropped on Japan, Yes. Japan surrendered an hour before it was dropped but the message arrived too late. Would you care to cite a source or provide any documentation to support your statement that Japan had surrendered before the second atomic strike?
Russian & Japan had fought each other twice before: Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905 & at Nomonhan in 1939. Russia wanted to make sure they could win before trying it again; although they did best Japan at Nomonhan.
The last tsunami before Japan was in New Zealand.
before buddhism came to japan there were no temples people did not believe in praying could help with anything, but when Buddhism got introduced india, japan built temples in every city and they would pray for there people
Answer this question…The United States refused to sell Japan resources that could be used for military purposes.
Which of the following contributed to tensions between Japan and the United States before World War II?
The United States refused to sell Japan resources that could be used for military purposes.
Japan did not actually start the war, it had been going on for two years before we were involved. But on December 7, 1941, they bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, aiming to destroy our fleet before we could join. They almost succeeded.
He tried twice, both failures, so he gave up
The capital city of Japan before Tokyo was Kyoto.
Japan was ok ;)
Before Germany invaded Poland in 1939, before Japan bombed Pearl harbor in 1941, Japan was fighting in China.
Japan admired Chinese culture and learned much from them. Before World War II, Japan invaded China.
No there was not. There was only 2 choices that Pres. Truman could have made. 1.) Invade Japan with U.S troops 2.) Bomb Japan with 2 Nuclear BOMBS
Before the age of feudalism the leader of Japan was called the emperor. Prior to emperors, Japan had what were referred to as Shoguns.
Korea was individual country. No one colonized or ruled Korea before Japan.
The thing that makes people come to Japan is that they have a lot of sites to see and they want to find certain things in the world and they could just want to come there to see things that they have not seen before .
Japan was formed as an island, and has always been an island. ^^ sikeee , Before Japan was islands, scientists believe it was part of the Asian mainland.
The Shoguns had advantages with the geography of Japan: -Japan is an island, and it is an island far away from Europe,so Japan could be isolated because back then people thought the world was flat and they didn't know that Japan existed. -They could keep Europeans out because of the water and mountains all around Japan. -They could also prepare for anyone coming to Japan because they could get a good view of Japan from… Read More
You can before but now Fantage Japan blocked it :(
Japan became allies with Germany because Germany could take Europe and Japan could take the Pacific so their forces could take the world.
Japan had conflicts with China and Russia before World War one.
The Emperor ruled Japan.
See website: Japan
No. For centuries before and during ww2 Japan had always been imperialists.
It was a major turning point for the War in the Pacific and the war against Japan. A huge invasion force along with 4 major carriers were lost by Japan. A loss that Japan could not make up before it far to late.
seimograph.. but its not just in japan.
If they or Japan had beat the US to the bomb, If Hitler had limited himself to one front only at a time, If they had attacked Russia earlier, before winter things could have been different.
Japan did NOT offer to surrender before the two atom bombs were dropped. It wasn't until AFTER the two bombs had been dropped and Russia's entrance into the war against Japan that Japan surrendered.
Japan is a strong country. It was a tragedy but they can rebuild.
There are a number of things a snake could symbolize in Japan. A snake could symbolize trickery or foolishness for example.
You could say Japan is an island nation full of people with diverse opinions, interests, occupations, and personalities.
Do you mean, "What did the U.S do to japan before peal harbor?" and if so, the U.S imposed a trade embargo on Japan because Japan had invaded Indonesia. The trade embargo cut Japan's oil supplies quite a bit.
The designers had a pretty good idea, and they briefed the military types. Yes, the individuals who understood what the bomb could do and accepted that it could do that could see about how much damage would be done.
It didn't. Japan existed long before the atomic bomb
Japan didn't receive any warning.
Yes. Japan has had numerous tsunamis. The word "tsunami" is originally Japanese.
It was Shinto.
That will depend on the time of day. The next day starts in Japan before it starts in France. Japan is 8 hours ahead of France. So up until 4pm in France, it is the same day in Japan and France. If it is Monday in Japan and before 8am, then it is Sunday in France. After 8am on Monday in Japan, it is also Monday in France.
It could bre Japan.
Yes. You just say you went to Japan.