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Battle of Midway was the turning point for Japanese offensive in WWII

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What is the turning point in World War 2 for the Japanese?

the battle of midway


What battle marked the end of the Japanese offensive in the Pacific?

The Battle of Midway marked the turning point of the war in the pacific


What was the turning point for Japan during World War 2?

The actual turning point was the battle of Midway; after that battle the Japanese military was in the defensive mode.


Which battle is considered to be a turning point of the war?

The Battle of Britain is generally agreed to be the turning point in the European theater in World War 2. In the war against the Japanese, the Battle of Midway would be the turning point.


What made the Battle of Midway such a turning point in the Pacific Theater in World War 2?

Very simple. Prior to Midway, all Japanese operations in WWII were offensive. After Midway, they were all defensive.


What was the turning point in World War 2?

I think that the turning point in world war 2 is that when japan attack on pearl harbor . <><><><> There are several events that could be considered "turning points". When the German offensive in Russia failed, The Battle of Britain, Midway, or the campaign in Sicily. Stalingrad was the turning point on the Eastern Front. El Alamein was the turning point in Africa. Midway was the turning point in the Pacific, and Normandy was the turning point on the Western Front.


What were the major turning points in the US-Japanese conflict in World War 2?

The major turning point in the War in the Pacific was the Battle of Midway.


What was the turning point of the war for the US?

The Tet Offensive .


Why was the Japanese attack on Peral harbor a turning point on world war 2?

No, it was the Start of WWII for America


What was the turning point to World war 2?

The Germans violated the Versailles Treaty and attacked Poland. The Japanese invaded China and other places before bombing the US Naval Fleet. These events led to World War 2. Stalingrad was the turning point on the Eastern Front. El Alamein was the turning point in Africa. Midway was the turning point in the Pacific, and Normandy was the turning point on the Western Front.


The battle of midway was significant in ww2 because it marked the end of what?

The Battle of Midway marked the turning point of World War II in the Pacific. It also marked the end of major Japanese offensive operations as the initiative.


Who won the battle of mid way?

The United States won the Battle of Midway when they decodes Japanese messages regarding the attack. The Japanese lost 4 carriers and the battle marked the turning point in the war. From that point on, the US went on the offensive.

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