Lange, Greg. "U.S. Declares War on Japan." HistoryLink.org. 11 Jan. 2004. Web. 1 Jan. <http://historylink.org/index.cfm?DisplayPage=output.cfm&file_id=5635>.
Cause of Conflict
September 1940 , The United States cuts Japans assets of oil, steel, scarp iron, and aviation fuel.
Japan signed a treaty with the Soviet Union to prevent a attack from that direction in case they were to fight Britian, or the U.S. while Japan took more land out of Southeast Asia.
Japan attacked Hawaii, killing or wounded 1,177 men.
Sinking or damaging about 18 ships total. The attack Was on Dec. 7th 1941 8 a.m. local time.
Prior to December 1941, Japan pursued two simultaneous courses: try to get the oil embargo lifted on terms that would still let them take the territory they wanted, and ... to prepare for war. General Tojo Hideki seceretly set Nov. 29th the last day Japan would accept a settlement without war. The Japanese military was asked to devise a war plan, so the would take station into Burma, Malaya, the East Indies, and the Philippines to set a defensive perimeter in the Pacific Central and Southwest Pacific. Yet Japan was worried about The U.S. fleet docked in Pearl Harbor. So The Japanese made a plan to take out the fleet with a surprise attack.
The U.S. wanted to stop Japan from spreading it's nation.With out resources Japans Army and Navy would fall, yet the Soviet Union was on the brink of Defeat by the Axis powers. Japan used this opportunity to take oil and resources.
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Who was involved with the conflict? Japan and The United States. What was the the conflict? The U.S. cut off Japan's supplies so japan attack Soviet Union for supplies to attack U.S.
When the conflict took place? Dec. 7th 1941 U.S. finally declares war on Japan. Where tihs conflict took place? Europe, The Pacific,Hawaii.
Could this conflict have been avoided? No The Axis power would sooner or later attack the U.S. Considering that The Pearl Harbor attack was planned a couple week before the U.S. had gotten the code.