送交者: steven 于 2005-8-12, 02:30:42:
回答: 哎哎... 由 eng 于 2005-8-12, 02:13:38:
In fact, the whole reason for Japan to attack South East Asia was because Japan couldn't get much from China. China didn't really have much natrual resources that Japan needed the most. China didn't have oil, only few mines could actually produce high quality steele. Most of the China were under developed rule areas. Also China had a lot of people, what China could produce were hardly enough to feed its own people let alone to supply Japan. Seeing Hitler's success in Europe, Japan believed that they could take on western countries interests in the South East Asia, where Japan dared not to a couple years ago. After all, Indonesia, Malaysia, had what Japan needed, and the western had built infrastructure to extract those resources. China really didn't contribute much during WWII, Japan was too small to do what it wanted.