Asked in Japan in WW2, US in WW2, Tokyo
What were the casualties caused by the US bombing of Tokyo in March of 1945?
On March 9, 1945 the US conducted a bombing raid over Tokyo. The bombing created 185,000 casualties and destroyed 267,000 buildings. ...
Asked in United States of America
When did Tokyo Mew Mew become popular in the United States?
Tokyo Mew Mew is a Japanese "manga" style cartoon series that ran in Japan in 2002. It was made available to the United States and Canada in 2011. Only half of the series aired in the United States but the remaining twenty-six episodes were never released in the United States. ...
Did the Japanese regret the attack on Pearl Harbor?
All people involved in war come to regret. The Japanese, for example, did regret the attack on the United States on Pearl Harbor because this began the second World War. The attack was judged by Tokyo as a war crime because there was no warning given to the US. ...
Asked in Olympics, Olympic History, Tokyo
Who won the most gold medals at the Tokyo 1964 Olympics?
Athlete: Swimmer Don Schollander of the United States with 4. Country: United States with 36. ...
Asked in Mexico, North Korea, History of Korea
Why does North Korea want to attack Mexico?
North Korean leadership is threatening to attack all "allies" and "partners" of the United States. However, Mexico is so far away that it would be much more strategically sound to attack other countries and military bases, such as Guam, Hawaii, Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul. ...
Asked in Pearl Harbor
Why did diplomatic negations broken down in pearl harbor?
Diplomatic Negotiations were going on before the attack. They had not "broken down". That was a myth. These negotiations were taking place in the United States. The Japanese representatives in the US did not know that the Japanese government in Tokyo, in late 1941, had no intention of solving the issues with negotiation. Instead the Japanese leaders in Tokyo used the negotiations as a ruse and a false excuse for the attack. ...
Asked in Japan, Sailing Times, Air Miles
How far is Japan from Hong Kong and the United States?
Tokyo, Japan is 3,003 miles, or 4,832 kilometers, closer to Hong Kong than to Seattle, Washington, United States of America. Air miles from Tokyo to Seattle total 4,793, which is 7,713 kilometers. Air miles from Tokyo to Hong Kong total 1,790, which is 2,881 kilometers. ...
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2, Tokyo
Did Doolittle's bombing raid over Tokyo in 1942 raise hopes for an American victory in the Pacific?
Yes, Doolittle's bombing raid over Tokyo raised hopes for an American victory in the Pacific. The bombing raid occurred on April 18, 1942. The US survivors landed in China. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Japan
How did US attack Japan after the attack at Pearl Harbor?
America became a full combatant in the War. More specifically than the previous answer.. the very first attack by the US was a direct bombing flight of Tokyo. Eventually, the United States Marine Corps proceeded across the string of islands that lead to mainland Japan, claiming one after another with many thousands of fatalities on both sides. Before the main island assault, two atom bombs were dropped on Hiroshima, and then Nagasaki after the second of which, Japan surrendered thereby ending their involvement...