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Old 30th January 2011, 06:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help on elective history

the deterioration in relations between the USA and the Japan in the interwar years is due to the behaviour of the United states. Do you agree? Explain your answer. (what other factors are there? i can't seem to find any for japan)

which factor do you think is the most important factor that contributed to the break in relations b/w japan and its former allies? (also, how to explain the factors for LON and TOV?)

were the Japanese reactions to the actions of the western powers justified?

which factor you think is the most important factor for the rise of fascism in japan?

to what extent is japan politically unstable in the 1930s? (was it even stable in the first place?)

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Re: Help on elective history

it was a while ago since i last did history, but i will try anyway.

the deterioration in relations between the USA and the Japan in the interwar years is due to the behaviour of the United states. Do you agree? Explain your answer.

behaviour of USA (protectionism, ban asian immigrants)
japan discriminated (the washington naval conference i think. japan also recognised as second rate power)
japan aggressive foreign policy to obtain resources

which factor do you think is the most important factor that contributed to the break in relations b/w japan and its former allies?

somewhat similar to the above question.

were the Japanese reactions to the actions of the western powers justified?

agree to certain extent
two of the factors from above question

disagree to certain extent
loss of lives, break agreements

which factor you think is the most important factor for the rise of fascism in japan?

weak economy
loss of nationalistic pride (japan treated as 2nd rate power)
weak government (corruption, assassinations, personal glory)

to what extent is japan politically unstable in the 1930s?

stable to certain extent
able to obtain resources that they needed through foreign aggression
able to gain control of population and indoctrinate students

unstable to certain extent
usa made things difficult for japan

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