I believe part of the strategy was to use the US Navy and Marines in the Pacific Theater and to a lesser degree the US Navy and Merchant Marines, and the US Army in the European Theater. Most of the Pacific fighting was the so-called "island hopping" technique.
Japan is allied with Germany during World War 2. Attacking french colonies is a strategy.
Germany, Japan & Italy
Nazi Germany in the European Theater of Operations, and Imperial Japan in the Pacific…
Yes, during the world war II.
The axis powers (Germany, Italy, Japan.)
Mainly Germany and Japan.
The United States started fighting Japan in 1941, since Germany & Italy were allies of Japan, they declared war on The U.S.
World War Two. Obviously they weren't alone in fighting the Axis Powers.
USA was part of the Allied alliance that was fighting the Axis forces of Germany, Italy and Japan.
"Island Hopping" was a strategy of attacking one island at a time and get closer to mainland Japan.
They never did that. We stopped fighting Germany and the European Axis Powers when they surrendered, but it took a little longer to take out Japan, being as how they had quite a bit more power.
Nazi Germany and Japan.
Japan, Germany, Italy.
Germany, Italy and Japan
American soldiers were fighting on the European front against Germany (this front often includes those fighting in Africa) and the Pacific front against Japan.
To defeat Germany first then fight Japan
The world? lol, but the United States, Soviet Russia, Japan, and Germany were the four big ones I think.
Germany did NOT want to go to war with the US. But Germany DID want to go to war with the Soviet Union (RUSSIA), and did. The best way to defeat an enemy is to have him fighting on two sides (two fronts). Germany was already fighting Russia (Soviet Union) on the western side (western front), and needed to have Russia (Soviet Union) fighting on an Eastern side (eastern front). Japan had a reputation for fighting Russia, once in 1904-1905 (Russo-Japanese War-Japan won), and again in 1939 at NOMANHAN (Japan lost) located near Siberia. With that kind of record, Germany felt Japan might help Germany fight the Russians (again)...if Germany helped out Japan fight the United States, then Japan might return the favor. Three days after Pearl Harbor, on 11 December 1941, Germany declared on the United States. What Germany didn't know, was Japan was real tired of fighting Russia!
Britain & Russia (USSR) were fighting Germany; China was fighting Japan.
They were fighting the Axis forces; primarily Germany, Japan, and Italy.
The allied strategy to win the war in Europe was by attacking Northern Africa to divert Germany's attention from the Eastern Front in Europe. Also part of the strategy was the forestalling of Germany's invasion of Japan.
Japan didn't invade Germany. During World War II, Japan actually joined Germany. It was part of the Axis which included Germany, Italy and Japan. After the United States declared war on Japan, Italy and Germany, as Japan's allies, declared war on the United States.
Germany and England and America and Poland Italy and japan France Russia and properly more
No, Germany was an "Axis" power, fighting against the allies. Germany fought along side Italy, as well as Japan.
No, Germany lost the war all on it's own. In fact if the U.S. had not been fighting Japan then Germany would have probably been defeated earlier.