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Lindbergh's role in the early years of the war in the Ford Motor Company's reproduction of B-24 bombers and his subsequent 50 combat missions as a civilian flier in the Pacific.
What caused the start of WWII in the Pacific? | eNotes
1945 In February, the Big Three leaders met at the where Stalin won several important concessions: he retained his plan for communist domination of Poland and the Balkans after the war and he was given extensive concessions in Asia, including control over Manchuria. In return, Stalin promised to enter the Pacific war three months after Germany surrendered, to provide free elections in Poland, and to accept the temporary partitioning of Germany.
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The Japanese and Koreans, however, would have to wait until 1952 to obtain the same rights, when Congress also abolished the "Asiatic Barred Zone" and established the which gave the entire Asian-Pacific Region a total annual immigration quota of 2,000.
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Japan promoted the idea that under their leadership, East Asia would come to know greater economic prosperity free from Western influence and independent of Western economic bureaucracy. Japans "Outline of Economic Policies for the Southern Areas" describes Japans plans "to assist the economic expansion of the Japanese people in the southern areas on the bases of overall national planning, and to advance economic changes within the Co-Prosperity Sphere." However, underneath all the rhetoric of a "Greater East Asia" lay hidden agendas as well.