Why Did Japan Enter WW2?

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Japan entered the Second World War after it had attacked china for its resources in 1937. This sparked a conflict between Japan and the League of Nations despite the fact that its military siege was supported by Germany and its allies. This eventually drew Japan beside Germany when it was at war.
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