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Chapter 7- Stability and Change in a Bipolar World, 1943-1980 What were some of Japan’s strategic mistakes? - reinforcements too slow - navy’s failings o operational handling of key battles o too dependent on imported materials How was the shift in balances measured? - decisive events in 1941 o Russian counterattack showed t wouldn’t fall to Blitzkrieg warfare o Entrance of Japan and US made it a global conflict - Allied forces strength o Twice the manufacturing strength o Three times the war potential o Three times the national income of Axis powers How did the US entrance help the strength of the Allied powers? - US economic power o manifested in military strength o control of critical materials o amount of money not enough to deal with devastation of war o only helped US not other countries - US could not penetrate areas controlled by Soviet Union o Growing influence but not an economy - F What happened to Russian power? -
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