What will happen if WW2 is Japan, US and Germany vs British and Russia
Without a doubt, Nazi Germany was evil, but what most of us don't know, during that time, US consider British to be just as evil. In for 1930s US it was about to ally with one evil to destroy the others, meaning US might also have ally with German against UK. (But the US chose UK) classified document from 1930s reveal plan for US and Japan alliance to invade and conqueror British Empire and if US and Japan really did join force, the British Empire, would loose. So, what if WW2 was Japan, US and Germany vs UK and Russia, France and Italy was not involve?
Answering the original question, the UK and USSR would have been defeated. Of course, that begs the question on how the US would have got into the war in the first place. The US population was anti-British and the nation's intellectual class was anti-Communist and pro-fascist. It was also racist and hated the Japanese. It took a strong PR campaign from the British to get the US to start Lend Lease and to start antagonizing Japan. But if we leave all of that aside, Japan would have controlled China and the South Pacific. Germany would have controlled Europe. The US would have kept its sphere of influence over the Western Hemisphere and the Pacific. The colonial "race war" over the Far East between Japan and the US was inevitable and would have happened eventually. Instead of a 45-year Cold War between the US and the USSR, the Cold War would have been between the US and Nazi Germany.
by James Kenny 2 years ago
If WW1 and WW2 had never taken place, would the British Empire still exist today?
by beautyrose 9 years ago
I don't know how will you react to this. But it has been my observation that American guy are more friendly and open compared to the British or people from united kingdom. no offensement
by peter565 2 years ago
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by daryl2007 7 years ago
This is a very interesting topic for us Historians.
by peter565 3 years ago
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