World History

The Japanese invasion of East Asia in World War 2 paved the way for the independence of colonies located there mainly because:

(A) The colonies were left to defend their own self-interests after the Europeans failed to protect them.
(B) They destroyed a majority of the Pacific fleets of the European powers
(C) The Japanese turned out to be more oppressive than their previous rulers
(D) The major cities were ravaged by the Japanese in their retreat
(E) The British and the Americans introduced democratic ideas when they retook East Asia
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