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I just visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra during my break. When I was walking in the WWII section, showing traitsportraits of Australia battling against Japanese troops, I wondered why Japan decided to invade Southeast Asia and the Solomon Islands even if there was risk of potential Soviet invasion to Manchuria and the Japanese ArchipielagoArchipelago? I will be greatefulgrateful if anyone could answer that.

I just visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra during my break. When I was walking in the WWII section, showing traits of Australia battling against Japanese troops, I wondered why Japan decided to invade Southeast Asia and the Solomon Islands even if there was risk of potential Soviet invasion to Manchuria and the Japanese Archipielago? I will be greateful if anyone could answer that.

I just visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra during my break. When I was walking in the WWII section, showing portraits of Australia battling against Japanese troops, I wondered why Japan decided to invade Southeast Asia and the Solomon Islands even if there was risk of potential Soviet invasion to Manchuria and the Japanese Archipelago? I will be grateful if anyone could answer that.

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What is the reason that Japan was not worried ofabout Soviet invasion during WWII?

I just visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra during my break. When I was walking in the WWII section, showing traits of Australia battling against Japanese troops, I wondered why Japan decided to invade Southeast Asia and the Solomon Islands even if there was risk of potential Soviet invasion to Manchuria and the Japanese Archipielago? I will be greateful if anyone could answer that.

What is the reason Japan was not worried of Soviet invasion during WWII?

I just visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra during my break. When I was walking in the WWII section, showing traits of Australia battling against Japanese troops, I wondered why Japan decided to invade Southeast Asia and Solomon Islands even if there was risk of potential Soviet invasion to Manchuria and the Japanese Archipielago? I will be greateful if anyone could answer that.

What is the reason that Japan was not worried about Soviet invasion during WWII?

I just visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra during my break. When I was walking in the WWII section, showing traits of Australia battling against Japanese troops, I wondered why Japan decided to invade Southeast Asia and the Solomon Islands even if there was risk of potential Soviet invasion to Manchuria and the Japanese Archipielago? I will be greateful if anyone could answer that.

2 Corrected "archipielago" typo, and changed two "is" for "was".
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