Which 2 countries have land border with the US?
Canada and Mexico do.
The United States of America has two international land borders; one with Canada to the north (US-Canadian Border) and another with Mexico to the south (US-Mexico Border). Also the US Federal government considers that an "invisible non-land" border exists between the United States and (1) Russia (2) Cuba and (3) the Bahamas. However this is debatable as borders are traditionally defined by rivers, lakes or land divisions; not large bodies of water like seas or…
The two countries that border Mongolia are Russia on the north and China on the south, east and west. The two countries that border Mongolia are Russia on the north and China on the south, east and west. Mongolia is surrounded by 2 powerful countries they are Russia and china and also Mongolia and china share there a piece of land China and Russia are the two countries that border Mongolia. Mongolia borders Russia and…
Canada and Mexico share overland borders with the U.S. Alaska, Idaho, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New York, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Vermont and Washington share a land border with Canada. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan share only water boundaries with Canada. California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas share a land border with Mexico.
Answer The US did not enter WW2 with the purpose of acquiring land---unlike most countries who go to war. The US and the other Allies maintained military control of some of the countries until order and a government could be restored. I can not think of any land, island or body of water that the US acquired as a result of WW2.
There are 2 US states that have no common border with any other state. These are Alaska and Hawaii. The remaining states are collectively considered the 48 "lower" or "contiguous" states. (Alaska would be considered the 49th continental state.) Hawaii is an island, and Alaska has a land border only with Canada, which is a different country.