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The Japanese were sent to internment camps.

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What describes an important outcome of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor during World War 2

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How did the Japanese people live during World War 2?

during the ww2 Japanese people didnt live very good...police went in there home to get gold,siver,and metal to make bullets....they wud also go rob you stuff if you were not home.....a lot of Japanese people were killed...the Japanese sufffered alot during the war.

How many people were part of the Japanese military in World War 2?

According to the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare, the total number of military personnel at the end of World War II numbered 7,889,100 with 5,472,400 in the Army and 2,416,700 in the Navy. This total does not include the vast numbers of militia and paramilitary units that were organized in anticipation of the coming invasion of the Japanese Home Islands, which would add approximately 30 million to that total.

What goals did Japanese militarists pursue at home?

That they were looking to better modernize their country.

Positive effect of bomb?

It ended WW2, saving possibly hundreds of thousands of Japanese and American lives. The "bomb" saved more Japanese lives than it took. The Japanese on the home islands were dug in and were ready to resist until the last man. The shocking effect the bomb had on the Japanese people left no question in their minds that they had been defeated. Because of this the occupation of Japan under the wisdom and command of General Douglas McCarthur was smooth and relatively short. JPM

Where was the battle of Okinawa?

Okinawa - Japan. Volcanic 'strip' island in the Pacific Ocean - on the outer edge of the Pacific 'Ring of Fire'. The island is the first Japanese home island of considerable size when approaching West in the Pacific. After World War II the Japanese went to great lengths to rename, remove, and change locations - events names where defeated in War. Okinawa was the first step for the U.S. Military in to Mainland Japan, keeping with the 'Island Hopping' Strategy. In the first 36 hours some 5,000 US casualties mounted. 12,000 Japanese civilians leaped to their death fearing capture by U.S. Military or being killed by Japanese Soldiers with orders for no retreat - no surrender. The fighting on Okinawa was so intense and costly moving to the Atomic Bomb became an option. With 10,000 dead U.S. military from the 96th Infantry alone politicians to Generals felt taking Japan by conventional force would cost some 100,000 US lives. The Japanese defenders fought harder on Okinawa, as it was their home soil. Would you fight harder to protect Mexico or say your home State? So, Okinawa is Japanese territory, named Okinawa.

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Did women have an important role in Japanese home front in World War 2 like Rosie?

/no because women were stupid in the past fee Hudson

What happened to the Japanese Ambassador to the US during World War 2?

sent home

What person in the world has the most home runs?

Sadaharu Oh of the Japanese Leagues with 868.

How did World War 2 affect Japanese home front?

They lost all their rice

Why cant you change my profile interest?

because its your home page and only you can change it

What Japanese baseball hero holds the world record for most home runs in a career?

Sadaharu Oh

What happened to the Japanese-Americans after they were let out of the camps in California during World War 2?

They were let out and they could return to their home though most stayed where they were because it was nicer and they got treated better

How the war ignite prejudice against some groups at home?

WWII ignited prejudice against Japanese and American-Japanese at home (in America). Because it was harder to rally white Americans against an enemy that they looked so similar to (Germans), American Propaganda targeted the Japanese.

Who has most home runs in the world?

Sadaharu Oh of the Japanese Leagues with 868. Barry Bonds is second with 762.

How many network routers are working in the world?

There is not a list of the total number of network routers working in the world because the number can change frequently. Businesses add network routers as needed and home owners add routers for their home networks daily.

How can we have dogs come into this world?

because they are cute and fun to play with...they have no home because they are cute and fun to play with...they have no home

What was the reasioning behind the use of atomic bombs on japan?

The United States wanted to avoid an invasion of the Japanese Home Islands because the casualties on both sides would have been tremendous. The United States leaders thought that it would take something dramatic to change the thinking of the Japanese leaders or the Japanese Emperor. Up until this time, the Japanese were fighting to the death as they were being defeated in the Pacific.

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