Japan did not surrender to Germany in WW 2. Japan and Germany were both waging war on the US and the Allies of the US. Japan surrendered to the Allies on 15 August 1945.
Most of the people killed by the atomic bombs were not members of the military.
By sending tanks through the Ardennes.
In the years following World War II, the countries of communist Eastern Europe were often referred to as being "behind the iron curtain." These countries were perceived as a single region based on....
Economic and political characteristics.
Germany and Japan were allies during World War 2. They were not at war with each other.
eastern Europe fell into poverty
the soviet union wantd control of eastern Europe. the united states wanted independent nations in eastern Europe
Because it pledged to support efforts to resist the expansion of Soviet influence.
To obtain natural resources that would strengthen the Japanese military
Answer this question…To give the government control of all parts of the economy
Germany wanted to ensure its military was free to invade Poland. The USSR, for its part, annexed the western side of Poland and the Baltic countries.
Answer this question…Austrian citizens felt an increasing sense of German nationalism before World War II.
Answer this question…The attack didn't destroy the entire U.S. fleet.
It served as a symbol of anti-Nazi resistance that inspired Jews in prison camps.
It led to the mass removal of Jews to Nazi concentration camps.
they created the united nations
The United States wanted to limit the spread of communism, but the Soviet Union did not.
The answer is Japan
Establishing the united nations
both were launched because of the rivalry between the united states and the soviet union
Increasing government spending to create hobs and maintain social welfare programs.
Allied forces captured a few strategic pacific islands from the Japanese and then used those reclaimed islands as bases from which to advance the remaining targets