USA AND JAPAN IN THE WORLD WAR II
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USA AND JAPAN IN THE WORLD WAR II
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Article is devoted to the relations between the United States and Japan during the World War II. In the focus are not widely known military operations of the war, but impact of mutual perceptions of both sides on the war developments, on the formation of their postwar relations. The war abruptly cut the volume of normal bilateral relations, but created such inevitable problems as exchange of prisoners of war, or attitude toward Japanese or Americans living or temporary occurred on the enemy territory. The war intensified racial problems in mutual relations. Both sides continued to evaluate policy of each other, and of the countries involved in the war, frame on postwar order. All these aspects were in the tight connection with what was going on the vast Pacific theatre of war.
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USA, Japan, USSR, Second World War, Pacific war
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11.08.2015
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