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 Why did the United States cut off oil exports to Japan?

Answer Specifically, in response to the Japanese occupation of French Indochina (Vietnam). Japan had been waging war against a largely defenseless China since 1937, and previous diplomatic protests and em... Read More »
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Does the United States still pay for the attack on Japan?

This question makes an incorrect underlying assumption, namely that the United States began paying any sort of compensation to Japan for the atomic bombing. The United States at no time made any su... Read More »
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Can a soldier in the united states marine corps switch to be a united states navy seal?

Yes but you might be deranked or up ranked depending were you where in the Marines.
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How much money does united way in the united states raise annually?

According to a 2008 United Way Annual Report, the total revenue received in the United States was $5,174,699. Most of the funds generated come from public support at $4,471,308; while $703,691 is r... Read More »
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How much money does the United States spend on the United Nations?

The United States is responsible for 22 percent of the United Nation's regular budget, an amount that in 2009 was $598,292,101, according to a report from the United Nations Secretariat on member s... Read More »
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