World War 2

When did all the enemies surrender?


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Answered 2005-02-03 20:58:36

General Douglas MacArthur accepted the surrender of Japan on 2nd of Sept. 1945, in Tokyo Bay. Japan was the last to surrender among the Axis.


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A siege. Which means surrounding a fort or town on all the sides until the enemies surrender. It helped alot.

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Because all the major Axis powers had surrendered, so there were no more enemies to fight. This included Japan.

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It was a gesture to heal the country's wounds, to show the southerners they had nothing fear from their former enemies.

It depends on what difficulty setting first of all. At the hard level enemies almost never surrender. At easy its well easy to make the surrender. Shoot close to the enemy like at the ground or around his body but not at him. Also try shooting his weapon out of his hand. This is difficult but you have to shoot at his hands. If you need the person's uniform don't shoot him at all. Stick to method one and just shoot around him. If you get blood on his uniform you can't put it on. There are a few enemies in the game that surrender more easily than others. Like the painter in the solo mission where one character goes into the German base. Another in the iceberg mission, and another one in the mission Babes in the Wood where you need the drivers uniform. Hope this helps

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