FOR USA: After the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, America entered the war on Dec. 8. The war was over when Japan surrendered on Sept. 2, 1945. So if my math is right that is 1,144 days. Approximately 400,000 US personnel were killed so that would be 350 PER day killed. ApproximatelY 672,000 were wounded so that would be 585 a PER day wounded.
Fighting on two fronts: The Germans and the Japanese.
Just a few hours after the Japanese attacked the United States, the Germans declared war on the United States.
Japanese and United States are not at all alike.
what was Japanese internment in the united states
ummm. the germans tested them.
It is difficult to get an exact estimate of Japanese (the plural word is Japanese, not Japaneses) males living in the United States. The approximate number of Japanese (males, females, children) living in the United States is 1,304,286.
The United States led the assault on the Japanese and German aggression in the world. We were part of the union of the free world that destroyed both the Japanese and Germans during WW2
If you are talking about World War II, the Germans did not attack the United States.
England and the United States.
to cripple the united states pacific fleet. because the Japanese already knew they where going to be at war with the united states.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor followed by the Japanese declaration of war on the United States.
The Japanese faced many of things when coming the United States. They faced were socializing, work and freedom.
The united states involved in the Russo-Japanese war where President Roosevelt helped negotiate peace.
The largest immigrations of Germans to the United States came between the years 1860-1920.
Germans, like most ethnic groups, have immigrated to the United States for a better life.
The Germans settled in Pennsylvania.
Germans wear what people in the United States do with more of a European edge.
The United States did benefit economically from the Germans that it became an industralized country after the World War 2.
Because they thought the Japanese where a threat toward the united states government.They also thought they were going to betray them and that they were spy in the united states
The reasons are rather Un-American. The people of the government overreacted and wanted to round up all the Germans, Italians and Japanese to see if they were spies and keep them interned. They did not put the Germans and Italians into camps because famous people told the government people it would be unfair and impossible with the amount of Germans and Italians in the United States. No one spoke up on behalf of the Japanese. So they were interned unconstitutionally and unfairly. They could not understand the Japanese people had no allegiance to Japan and were not spies.
It eased growing tension between the United States and Japan (apex)
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The Big 3 of the Allied Forces Nations were Russia, England and the United States. They were the largest and most involved in defeating the Germans and the Japanese.
If the Japanese did not attacked Pearl Harbor the United States will forgive Japan. The Japanese shouldn't be attacking Pearl Harbor. The United States will not attack Japan if the Japanese leave Pearl Harbor alone without attacking the US.