Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Japanese World War 2 reasons

There are many reasons why the Japanese lost World War 2. First, the Japanese had a limited production capacity, and it took more people in Japan to make a military weapon then in the U.S. Second, Japan imported all its resources by sea making it vulnerable to U.S submarine attack, and Japanese industry could not replace those loses. Third, when the war started the Japanese had a lot of trained pilots and men, but as the war went on many of these men died and the Japanese pilots had little time to train because gasoline was short. The Japanese had little chance to win the war.


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