/ Why Was D-Day So Significant for Poland ?
Japanese were still able to inflict losses and damage.
After May 1945? With what? You are really dumber than I thought.
No sh*it! War is hell, said Novichok, the genius and the discoverer of Truth, in 2021.
Now, pay attention, my little Polish ignorant. Quoting from:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_Japanese_Navy_in_World_War_IIBy May 1945, most of the Imperial Japanese Navy had been sunk and the remnants had taken refuge in Japan's harbors. By July 1945, all but one of its capital ships had been sunk in raids by the United States Navy.
No navy, no aircraft carriers, no risk to the US Navy. The airfields in Japan were a little too bumpy for take-offs and landings. Oh, yeah, they had no warplanes. either.
But, according to a genius in Poland, Japan could still inflict losses on the US in 1945. Crap...Poor ignorant Americans had to wait how many years to find that out..?