- Do Japanese learn about ww2?
- What did the Japanese think of Marines in ww2?
- What did the Japanese want in ww2?
- Did Japan apologize for WWII?
- Why did Japan ally with Germany?
- Why was Japan so aggressive?
- What did the Japanese think of American soldiers?
- What made Japan attack Pearl Harbor?
- Why did the US nuke Japan?
- Did Japan know the atomic bomb was coming?
- What if US never entered ww2?
- What do Japanese think of Americans?
Do Japanese learn about ww2?
Originally Answered: Do Japanese students learn about Japan’s WW2 history.
Yes, they do.
The scale is blown out of proportion.
Less than half a percent of Japanese schools have at one time used right-wing authorised textbooks that did not lie but certainly downplayed the atrocities and omitted unfavourable facts..
What did the Japanese think of Marines in ww2?
Originally Answered: What did the Japanese soldiers think of the Marines? Japanese soldiers were told by their government that Americans would be even more brutal to them than they were to their enemies, and that our soldiers were nothing more than brutes and barbarians.
What did the Japanese want in ww2?
Faced with severe shortages of oil and other natural resources and driven by the ambition to displace the United States as the dominant Pacific power, Japan decided to attack the United States and British forces in Asia and seize the resources of Southeast Asia.
Did Japan apologize for WWII?
Emperor Hirohito let it be known to General MacArthur that he was prepared to apologize formally to General MacArthur for Japan’s actions during World War II—including an apology for the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor.
Why did Japan ally with Germany?
Tripartite Pact, agreement concluded by Germany, Italy, and Japan on September 27, 1940, one year after the start of World War II. It created a defense alliance between the countries and was largely intended to deter the United States from entering the conflict.
Why was Japan so aggressive?
Facing the problem of insufficient natural resources and following the ambition to become a major global power, the Japanese Empire began aggressive expansion in the 1930s. In 1931, Japan invaded and conquered Manchuria, and Jehol, a Chinese territory bordering Manchuria, was taken in 1933.
What did the Japanese think of American soldiers?
In nearly every battle the Japanese fought against us they fought under terrible conditions and showed extreme bravery in the face of certain death. They were the most ferocious soldiers of their time. Because of that, I think they considered Americans somewhat cowardly because we would rather surrender than die.
What made Japan attack Pearl Harbor?
Why Attack Pearl Harbor? As war was inevitable, Japan’s only chance was the element of surprise and to destroy America’s navy as quickly as possible. Japan wanted to move into the Dutch East Indies and Malaya to conquer territories that could provide important natural resources such as oil and rubber.
Why did the US nuke Japan?
Secondly, the US wished to prevent any possibility that the Soviet Union would occupy Japan whilst the US troops were still far away and so consolidate Soviet influence. So the US dropped the first atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima on 6 August. On 9 August the Soviet Union entered the war in Asia, as promised.
Did Japan know the atomic bomb was coming?
4. The Japanese were warned before the bomb was dropped. The United States had dropped leaflets over many Japanese cities, urging civilians to flee, before hitting them with conventional bombs.
What if US never entered ww2?
Without the American entry into World War II, it’s possible Japan would have consolidated its position of supremacy in East Asia and that the war in Europe could have dragged on for far longer than it did.
What do Japanese think of Americans?
Americans overwhelmingly see Japanese as hardworking, inventive and honest. The Japanese offer a more mixed assessment of Americans. A majority of Japanese voice the view that Americans are inventive, but half also say Americans are aggressive. And relatively few think of Americans as hardworking and honest.