As we all know, during World War II, Japan has always relied on its military strength. Robbing resources and land everywhere, invading other countries, including China, we have also been invaded by Japan, and we hate this kind of behavior. It was just a small country that was bullied by Japan before, but now it is very close to Japan. This country is Palau, a small country in the Western Pacific with a population of just over 20,000 and an area of less than 500 square kilometers. . When Japan initially invaded this country, it used not only military forces but also cultural invasion. The Japanese taught the locals to speak Japanese. Therefore, in the name of rescuing Palau in the United States, it was actually not so easy to invade Palau. Besides, Japan will not give up Palau so easily.
Originally according to the United States' plan, it could win Palau in four days, but the United States underestimated the impact of Japan on Palau. When the United States invaded Palau, Palau and Japan resisted the United States together. I don't know if it has been a long time since Japan's victory in the aggression made Japan feel a little bit sloppy or not. Japan even dared to clamor with the United States. However, in the battle for Palau, the United States won in the end, but it was a terrible victory, and the United States also paid a great price.
Later, both the United States and Japan provided assistance to Palau. Whether it is military or economic, Palau's relations with the United States and Japan are very good. However, Japan's influence on Palau was greater than that of the United States. At that time, Japan invaded its culture into Palau, taught them to speak Japanese, and gradually transformed them. It must be said that this strategy was very successful. It can be said that Japan's influence on Palau is deeply entrenched. Due to Japan's rapid development and economic development, Palau later regarded Japan as a big brother. Many places have revealed their friendship with Japan.
Palau used the national flag of the United Nations before the founding of the state in 1994. Not long after the founding of the state, it began to make its own national flag with reference to the Japanese flag. The round wheel represents the moon and symbolizes peace and stability. Many people in Palau speak Japanese today, advocating Japanese culture, and Palau has a very strong relationship with Japan and treats Japanese tourists very enthusiastically.
Although Palau is also actively establishing diplomacy with other countries, it is just that only 25 countries have diplomatic relations with them. Palau's most distinctive feature is its submarine landscape, which is among the top seven wonders in the world, so it attracts many tourists. It is worth mentioning that there are few people in Palau. There are no army at all. There are only sixty police officers to maintain law and order. As for their national defense, they can only rely on Japan or the United States. Japan United States