U.S. AND JAPAN BETWEEN THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD WAR II AND PEARL-HARBOR
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U.S. AND JAPAN BETWEEN THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD WAR II AND PEARL-HARBOR
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Mikhail Nosov 
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Period between the beginning of the World War II and the Japanese attack on Pearl-Harbor was the most tensed in the whole history of the American - Japanese relations. The future of these relations depended on shifts within quadrangle Washington - Tokyo - Moscow - Berlin. After the beginning of WWII the United States and Japan. Japan made its choice in December 1941 when American naval base in Hawaii was attacked by Japanese Air force.
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USA, Japan, Ussr, Germany, World War II, embargo
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09.02.2015
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