America in WW2 wasn't fighter before pearl harbor. The country only wanted to help britain and established the Lend Lease Act to aid countries in wars.
WW2 opened roles for women in America. What was once considered "unladylike" is now a necessity for America's business, thanks to the absence of men, that were fighting in the homefront.
American, Canadian and British troops invaded France on June 6 1944, also known as D-Day, standing for designated day
D-Day was a plan made to defeat Hitler once and for all and to free France from his domain
The U.S. Admiral Chester Nimitz had a major advantage on the Japanese army: it could crack their codes. Such ability was needed after America recovered from pearl harbor.
Some American and allied scientists worked on a secret project named Manhattan project. This project is about creating an atomic bomb. Such a death tool was later used upon Hiroshima, a Japanese city, after they refused to surrender. About 80,000 people died from the brutal explosion, and thousands died from radiation poisoning.
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this left a long lasting impact, making Japan a hostile country even today