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Due to the massive destruction caused by atomic bombs, the Japanese emperor ordered his government to surrender on August 15, 1945 and this date became known as ____________. a. Armistice Day. c. V-J
Day. b. V-E Day. d. Veterans Day
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User: Due to the massive destruction caused by atomic bombs, the Japanese emperor ordered his government to surrender on August 15, 1945 and this date became known as ____________. a. Armistice Day. c. V-J Day. b. V-E Day. d. Veterans Day

Weegy: B, V-E Day.
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User: The Truman Doctrine stated that

Weegy: The Truman Doctrine was a policy set forth by the U.S. President Harry S Truman in a speech on March 12, 1947 stating that the U.S. would support Greece and Turkey with economic and military aid to prevent their falling into the Soviet sphere. Historians often consider it as the start of the Cold War.
Truman stated the Doctrine would be the policy of the United States to support free people who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or by outside pressures.

User: Why did the conflict in Korea escalate?

User: Based on your knowledge of the events surrounding the Korean War and the Cold War, how did the Korean War affect domestic U.S. politics?

Weegy: Korea altered U.S. foreign policy by three processes. On some issues it changed the domestic political climate and so allowed statesmen to do what they wanted to do before. [ In other cases (often hard to distinguish from the first), it resolved ambivalences in their minds. On a few issues it altered their beliefs.As we noted earlier, in the late 1940s most officials had a mixed, if not incoherent, view of the danger of war. Russia was seen as threatening but weak; expansionist but cautious. Korea led the former elements to dominate over the latter. Korea produced public support for a greatly enlarged budget because the Communist threat seemed more vivid and a great deal of money was needed to maintain the troops fighting in Korea. Furthermore, once the budget smashed through the old ceiling and the economy did not fall apart, much of the resistance collapsed. It was therefore possible to act on the heightened sense of threat. The second important change was the militarization of NATO; the transforming of a paper organization built on a symbolic American commitment to a force capable of resisting Soviet attack. Here, too, Korea resolved the ambivalence felt by many decision makers and permitted the adoption of a policy that some of them had already come to favor ]
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