• European Imperialism Of Japan
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    Imperialism is the practice by which powerful nations or peoples seek to extend and maintain control or influence over weaker nations or peoples. By the 1800's, the Western powers had advantages in this process. They led the world in technological advances, giving them a dominance when conquering other countries. The European Imperialists made attempts to conquer China and Japan. In this process, they succeeded by influencing Japan greatly. However, they were not as successful with China. At th...
  • World War Iii Planning Agency
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    The Economic Effect on Japan during Post World War IIJapan's economy was greatly affected by the atomic bombs dropped on both Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Japan's economic recovery as a result of this incident transformed Japan's economic growth which has become known as the " Economic Miracle." The bombs caused Japan to reconstruct many more facilities in which the economy moved forward. The Economic Planning Agency, which used to be known as the Economic Stabilization Board, helped Japan to become ...
  • Australia Japan Relationship Since Wwii
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    Since the signing of the 1951 peace treaty between Australia and Japan, the two countries have rapidly built a productive relationship. Many factors and events have contributed to the development of this partnership. The ANZUS treaty was the turning point in the Austral-Japanese relationship. It assured Australia protection against Japan and provided security in the Asia-Pacific region. Trade and cultural exchange also played a significant role in shaping Australia's relationship with Japan. Gr...
  • United States Japan America Attempts
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    The war between Japan and the United States did not have to happen. It could have been prevented by diplomacy in 1941. The United States was Japan's principle supplier of scrap metal and oil. In 1940 Japan signed a treaty with the government of France for the establishment of airbases in French Indochina. A proposal was made for a German/Italian/Japanese alliance against America. When America found out about that they were not happy, so they decided to take action. On September 26, America put ...
  • Economic Power Japan World War
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    Japan Changes From Military to Economic Power after World War II Japan was controlled by an emperor people thought to be god before the World War II. They were technologically advanced in military weaponry and armory. The country was control by military power for years and had plans to dominate the world. Not until when the United State join the World War II, the fate of Japan changed forever. Japan suffered a quick defeat by the US. The US dropped two atomic bombs in two large cities in Japan t...
  • The Japanese Colonial Legacy In Korea
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    The Japanese Colonial Legacy In Korea North and South Korea are nations that while filled with contempt for Japan have used the foundations that Japan laid during the colonial period to further industrialization. Japan's colonization of Korea is critical in understanding what enabled Korea to industrialize in the period since 1961. Japan's program of colonial industrialization is unique in the world. Japan was the only colonizer to locate various heavy industry is in its colonies. By 1945 the in...
  • The Whaling Ban Should Not Be Lifted
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    The Whaling Ban Should Not Be Lifted In this essay, I will argue that Japan and Norway should not continue whaling and trading in whale meat. Each year, Japan kills around 700 whales for what it claims is research, while the meat is being sold in restaurants and shops. If there are to be whales at all for future generations to enjoy, then this excessive whaling has got to stop. Not only is Japan over-whaling, it is importing cheaper whale meat from Norway because of its cheaper prices. The hunt...
  • Atomic Bomb Japan Surrender Battle
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    The atomic bomb devas ted the two cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. It killed hundreds of thousands of people, especially civilians. After so many defeats in southeast asia, the dropping of such bombs would totally wipe out the morale of the Japanese population. However, there were other reasons as to why Japan surrendered. One of the other reasons was the battle of coral that they lost. They were the battle of Coral Sea, the battle in the Solomon Islands and the Battle of Midway. The Bat...
  • Japan Aipo Asean Vietnam
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    The National Assemblies and governments of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) highly value the role played by Japan, President of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Organisation (AIPO) Nguyen Van An has said. Mr An, also chairman of the National Assembly of Vietnam, was speaking at a welcoming ceremony upon his arrival in Tokyo on May 27 for a five-day official visit to Japan as guest of the Japanese House of Councillors. Japan plays an important role in promoting ASEAN peace, stabili...
  • The Comparison Between China And Japan
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    The Comparison Between China and Japan The reason why I choose the country between China and Japan for my comparison is. China and Japan located in the same continent both of them produce many export goods. But China's export is mainly in workforce and Japan's export is mainly their goods that they invented themselves, such as Cars and electric. China and Japan is located in Asia. China is the most populous country in the world with number of people crossing 1. 298 billion in 2004 and Japan have...
  • Japan Beautiful Place Tokyo
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    Japan is a very beautiful place and if you are going to visit there, there are many things you can do. Tickets there are on the cheapside recently, and hotel stay ranges from around 80-100 depending on where you want to stay. There are many great places in Japan. Among them are Tokyo, Kyoto, Honshu, Hokkaido, Okinawa, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Osaka, and many others. The main religion there is a mix between Shinto, which is a native religion to Japan, and Buddhist. There are many beautiful shrines an...
  • Standard Of Living Males Live
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    Out of the U. S. , Japan, and China, I think Japan has the best standard of living. The first reason is their health. Life expectancy is how long the people of that country live, or the quality of their health. In Japan, females live to be 83. 45, and males live to be 77. 13. In the United States, females live to be 79. 75, and males live to be 73. 04. In China, females live to be 71. 9, and males live to be 68. 82. Another important factor in health is number of hospital beds. The number of ...
  • The Atomic Bomb Japan War End
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    Were the atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki necessary to save allied lives and to end Japan s threat to world peace Did the resulting loss of life cost more than a deadly invasion of the Japanese mainland In August 1945, the first dropping of atomic bombs in civilian areas of Japan killed hundreds of thousands of innocent people. Immediately following those bombings, Japan surrendered to the United States. The following essay summarizes the defense of the atomic bomb, its use, and my argu...
  • Japanese Foreign Policy And Aggression Pre 1914
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    A major part of Japan s history from the late Nineteenth Century up to 1914 was military aggression. During this period there were many economic, social and political pressures that facilitated military expansion. Japanese militarism manifested on the Asian mainland in wars, aggression and military presence on foreign soil. Japan s foreign policy was influenced by it s government, education, religion and social structure. Economic pressures facilitating military expansion up to 1914. Japan was a...
  • Aims Of Germany And Japan
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    The Aims of Germany and Japan The 1930 s were a tumultuous time. After World War I, the Allied powers seemed determined to preserve peace, but Germany and Japan held a shared goal of world domination. In two memorandums about the plans of Germany and Japan, U. S. officials make the position that the United States should take plain: mobilize and be ready for war, but do not provoke it. In other words, Speak softly but carry a big stick. Although Germany and Japan had a few similar goals and idea...
  • Hayashi Tadasu Russia And Japan
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    Hayashi Tadasu Hayashi Tadasu, a famous ambassador, studied English with Dr. Hepburn in Yokohama, Japan, who was responsible for the organization of the Japanese language, he later went to study at University College, London, but had to return to Japan on the downfall of the Tokugawa government, and joined the Tokugawa forces but was captured and imprisoned in Ten ma-cho, Nihonbashi. Only for the intervention of a British diplomat and Mrs. Hepburn his life was saved. In 1889 he was appointed the...
  • Atomic Bomb Japan War Weapon
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    In July 1945, 150 atomic scientists were polled by the directors of the Manhattan Project (the group has directed the making of the first atom bomb). They were asked whether and how the weapon should be used against Japan. The dropping of the atomic bomb was very hard decision for Americans. President Truman made a correct, even excellent choice of using the atomic bomb as military weapon on Japan. US showed to world that only we had very strong atomic weapon. Also, we wanted Japan to surrender ...
  • Japan Land Of The Rising Sun
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    Japan is a country in Eastern Asia that first started out as people who were hunters and gatherers. Then came into rice cultivation during the Yayo i Period. Later, Prince Shoto ku founded the constitution of Japan in 1889 during the Meiji Era. During the Kamakura Period Japan was ruled by the Samurais, or the warrior class. Then became the center of an empire that included Taiwan, Korea, Manchuria, most of eastern China, southern Sakhalin, and the Marshall and Mariana Islands in the Pacific. Th...
  • Proposed Study Plan In Tokyo
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    At first I have known Y SEP program from the latest exchange student who study with me in the same faculty and department. He applied for this program and had been selected to study in Japan for 1 year. I had a chance to ask him about the information of this program. He told me about his experience during studying in. He love there so much. There are many important experience that he got such as learning the new technology in the research area, knowing the Japanese life style, knowing people wh...
  • Exists Today Japan Country War
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    Any country in today's world has gone through many changes to get where it is in our present time. Countries are highly influence by the geography of the land around it. Most countries today turned out the way they were because of geopolitics, or the study of geography and how it effects on politics (Dictionary). For instance, some may have won a war for independence, or another country may have cut connections from the mother land. These things could have only been done if the geography did no...