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Japan after WWI

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  • During WWI
  • The Beginning of the End
  • WE NEED JOBS!!!!
  • Economic Problems
  • GIVE US OUR JOBS BACK!!!!
  • They helped the allied powers and protected sea lanes in the West Pacific and the Indian Ocean against German navy
  • Social Changes
  • At the end of WWI Japan stood as one of the world's foremost powers. But this was just the beginning of many events.
  • Military Influence
  • The economy began going down for many reasons. On being that rapid industrialization created many problems like a slow down in industries and that made lots of people loose their jobs. Also, Japan is a small island that doesn't have many natural resources, so Japan had difficulty exporting enough goods to survive economically.
  • Japan Wants to Expand
  • Japan
  • There were many social changes . The shift from a feudal agriculture to a more urban industrial country affected the economy and also combined the new education system and western ideas, beliefs, and fashion. People began to question Japanese traditions.
  • Since the economy was failing and the government wasn't doing much about it, the Japanese public began to put their trust in the military for change, and they blamed the government for the bad. Also, other nations saw Japan as weak and that angered the Japanese public and so they put their faith in the military even more and began to have a strong vision of nationalism.
  • Conflict between Japan and China continued ever since the Manchurian Incident but grew even worse because Japan became more aggressive and seized territory in eastern China. Japanese ended up killing many Chinese in the Nanjing Massacre. Chinese and Japanese troops stationed in China led to open warfare
  • China
  • VS
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