What did Japan hope would result from its attack on Pearl Harbor?

What did Japan hope would result from its attack on Pearl Harbor?

Destroying the Base at Pearl Harbor Would Mean Japan Controlled the Pacific. Japan’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor would drive the United States out of isolation and into World War II, a conflict that would end with Japan’s surrender after the devastating nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945.

Can China defeat India in war?

India now enjoys military advantage against China in many border areas. Indian soldiers have long Himalayan experience such as Siachen Glacier—PLA soldiers will need at least 10 to 14 days of acclimatisation before they are deemed combat-ready, rendering them useless in a battle if it should break out now.

Who won 1967 Indo China war?

Nathu La and Cho La clashes

Date 11–14 September 1967 (Nathu La) 1 October 1967 (Cho La)
Location Nathu La and Cho La, on the border between China and the Kingdom of Sikkim
Result Indian victory Chinese offensives on Nathu La and Cho La repelled

Has India lost any war?

There is four wars happen between india and Pakistan and india won all of them. India never won any war over Kashmir. Pakistan defeated India both in 1948, 1965 & 1999. India always starts war with Pakistan.

Who won 1962 war?

China

How many Chinese died in India clash?

45 Chinese

How many Chinese soldiers died in 2020?

According to Indian sources, melee fighting on 15/16 June 2020 resulted in the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers and casualties of 43 Chinese soldiers….

2020–2021 China–India skirmishes
45,000 60,000 (US, 11 October 2020)
Casualties and losses

Why did India lost to China in 1962?

British Indian Army was manning China-Tibet border, and this mantle fell to Indians after Independence. India knew China border was indefensible. It was not feasible to build logistics and fortifications when China attacked in 1962. China would have occupied the peaks by then since they had planned it in advance.

Is India a US ally?

U.S.-India defense cooperation has accelerated in the past few years. In 2016, the United States designated India as a major defense partner. That same year the two countries signed a Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) that enabled them to cross-service their logistical needs.