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The Japanese were on the Axis Powers. They were the one that attacked U.S. soil in Hawaii at Pearl Harbor. A great adversary of the U.S. during the war.

Also, Japan greatly affected the colonies of Euro empires in Asia and Indonesia, the targeted the french Indonesian empire and the British Indian empire

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Germany started the war in Europe; Japan started the war with the US.

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