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Japan Unit VI Geology Unit VI Japan's General Topography It is found 110 miles east of Korea It is an archipelago, or a chain of islands. It is about the measure of California as far as zone. Individuals tended to settle in the stream valleys and waterfront fields.
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Japan Unit VI

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Geography Unit VI

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Japan’s General Geography It is found 110 miles east of Korea It is an archipelago, or a chain of islands. It speaks the truth the span of California as far as territory. Individuals tended to settle in the stream valleys and beach front fields. The place where there is Japan is mountainous to the point, that just around 20% of it is suitable for cultivating. Also to Korea, Japan depended intensely on the ocean for nourishment.

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Culture Unit VI

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Japanese Proverbs To Ponder Beginning is simple – Continuing is hard When the character of a man is not clear to you, take a gander at his companions. Tumble down seven times, get up eight.

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People of Japan is a homogeneous society – they talk the same dialect & offer the same society Have very nearly zero ethnic minorities Isolation has formed its perspectives of the world Their “special identity” = ethnocentrism Rarely allow citizenship to migrants

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Cultural Diffusion Japanese society depends on chinese society from multiple points of view Korea was the social scaffold in the middle of China and Japan The Japanese construct their legislature in light of Chinese thoughts Confucian and Buddhist convictions originate from china. Laborers received Chinese cultivating methods

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Ancient History Unit VI

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Early History 400 A.D. Tenno Clan is the first and final decision tradition Heian Court - 794 By the 800’s Emperor force was declining The Fujiwara family controlled for a long time – The Emperor turned into a make sense of head – conveyed religious obligations, however had no genuine force 1100’s – Warrior families tested the Heian Court

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Feudalism Unit VI

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Japanese Feudalism Japanese Feudalism – Landowning warriors known as samurai promised their fidelity to masters known as daimyos, and battled to secure their properties.

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Japanese Class Structure

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Is Japanese Feudalism like Chess? Japanese Feudalism The Game of Chess The King The Queen The Rook The Knight The Bishop The Pawn The Emperor The Shogun The Daimyo The Samurai The Artisans The Peasants

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Frequent Warfare Theory: Shogun summoned complete reliability of his rulers Actuality – samurai masters and adherents struggled for force with the shogun By 1400 Japan was immersed in fighting

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Achieving Unity 1500’s a few military pioneers were hoping to unite Japan Hideyoshi – best By 1590 – had brought Japan under his control Was the establishment for a united Japan Centralized feudalism – 1600’s Tokugawa Ieyasu – set up the Tokugawa Shogunate – kept going until 1868 Under this framework shoguns made a quiet and customary society Daimyo fell under direct control of the shogun

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Isolation Unit VI

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An Isolated Nation 1543 – Portuguese landed in Japan Brought ministers – maddened the shogun Early 1600’s – started oppressing remote preachers Led to and removal of nonnatives 1639 – shogun shut Japan to the world Any Japanese who left couldn\'t return Outlawed the building of maritime vessels

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1639 - 1853: Over 200 Years of Isolation The shogun shut Japan to whatever remains of the world in the push to stay capable. In 1639 all nonnatives (European and Asian dealers) were removed; Christianity was banned and all evangelists were ousted. The general population of Japan were taboo to have contact with nonnatives and were not permitted to go outside of the nation. Outside exchange was banned.

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Economic & Social Changes Edo developed from a little angling town to a clamoring city - present day Tokyo Roads and exchange expanded as the Daimyo ventured out to and from Edo During quiet times the samurai no more expected to battle Became government authorities and brokers By mid 1800’s the Japanese had turned into a tranquil bound together country

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Foreign Influence Unit VI

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Commodore Perry Arrives 1853 – American warships tied down in Tokyo Bay The Commander requested that Japan open its ports Under this weight, Japan opened its entryways without precedent for a long time Treaty of Kanagawa – authoritatively opens Japan to exchange with the U.S.

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Meiji Restoration Unit VI

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Meiji Restoration- - 1868-1912 The samurai were irate that the shogun had marked an arrangement with outsiders in light of the fact that they were anxious about the possibility that that nonnatives would assume control Japan. The samurai constrained the shogun to leave, and they bolstered the Meiji head as ruler. This was known as the reclamation in light of the fact that the head was restored to control. He had been just a nonentity while the shoguns were in force.

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Meiji Restoration- - 1868-1912 The New Government’s arrangement was to grasp everything that was Western and present day. They grasped Democracy 1871 - Iwakura Mission Trip to Europe and America to take in their innovation, government, and training framework.

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Meiji Restoration- - 1868-1912 Experts from Europe and North America taught the Japanese about processing plants, steam force, railways, power and numerous different creations. The Japanese started tremendous assembling commercial ventures to create materials, steel, trains and boats. The Japanese fabricated a Western-style training framework displayed on those in Europe and North America. The Japanese nationals were content with the new innovation, industry and training framework. They were eager about anything Western.

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Militarism & Expansion Unit VI

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Early Japanese Expansion Japan Becomes A Global Power

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Japan’s Economy Grows

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Japan’s Economy Falls

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Ultranationalists Gain Influence

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(1931) Manchurian Incident Japanese armed force officers exploded tracks on Japanese claimed railroad line in Manchuria, China. Guaranteed the Chinese had done it. In “self defense”, the Japanese assaulted Chinese strengths. Military did not counsel their own particular government and acted autonomously. Popular conclusion in Japan was steady of striking back and takeover.

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Rape of Nanking (1937) Japan attacked the Chinese terrain in Nanjing (China’s capital at the time)What occurred throughout the following year is one of the biggest wrongdoings against humankind ever! Japanese Army conferred various barbarities, for example, plundering, illegal conflagration, assault, and homicide. Japanese executed regular people on the grounds that they guaranteed they were warriors camouflaged as regular people. Arranged archives discharged in 2007 demonstrate the loss of life at 800,000.

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The Road to World War II

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World War II Unit VI

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World War II World War II started in Europe in 1939. On Dec. 7,1941, the Japanese airforce assaulted the American naval force station at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. This brought about America and Japan being at war with one another.

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Island Hopping Campaign

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Just Some of the Events of WWII Pearl Harbor Bataan Death March Battle of Midway Oregon Bombing Guadalcanal Okinawa Iwo Jima Philippines Atomic Bombs Dropped

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The End of WWII In 1945 (August 6 th ), the American military dropped the world\'s first nuclear bomb on Hiroshima (175,000 kicked the bucket). On August 9 th , 1945, a second nuclear bomb was dropped on Nagasaki (70,000 kicked the bucket). On August 15 th , 1945, Emperor Hirohito announced the war to be over, and made a supplication to the Japanese individuals in a radio telecast to surrender their weapons.

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Nagasaki Before the Atomic Bomb is dropped Nagasaki After the Atomic Bomb is dropped

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Military Tribunal of the Far East 1946 “Haven’t you ever known about Perry? Tokugawa Japan had faith in disengagement; it didn’t need to have anything to do with different nations and had its entryways bolted firmly. At that point along came Perry from your nation in 1853 in his dark boats to open those entryways; he pointed his huge weapons at Japan and cautioned, on the off chance that you don’t manage us, pay special mind to these; open your entryways, and arrange with different nations, it discovered that every one of those nations were a dreadfully forceful parcel. Thus for its own particular resistance it took your nation as its instructor and start figuring out how to be forceful. You may say we turned into your followers. Why don’t you subpoena Perry from the other world and attempt him as a war criminal?”

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WWII Aftermath Unit VI

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Japan Post WWII American Shogun – Name given to Gen Macarthur Democratization – Forcing Japan to transform from a tyranny to a majority rule government Occupation – Foreign troops on another’s area or domain Economic Miracle – Japanese Industry is modified with U.S. help Pacifism – Anti-war approach

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How the Japanese Economy Succeeded Japan adjusted the most recent western innovation to its own industry. Japan had an accomplished and profoundly talented work power. Japanese reserve funds gave banks money to put resources into industry. The administration, precluded from burning through cash on guard, emptied stores into the economy. The administration forced high duties and strict regulations to confine outside rivalry.

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Japan Today Unit V

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