Tokugawa Ieyasu was the founder and the first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan, and has been one of the most significant figures in Japanese history. Besides being such a successful and powerful ruler, Ieyasu had immensely changed the way Japanese society was structured and organised. From 1603-1608, Tokugawa began the modernisation of Japan. He became the first shogun who had more power over the emperor, and started changing the ways of Japan’s trade, economy, agriculture and social hierarchy. Ieyasu’s ‘main political goal was to cut off the roots of potential dissent and rebellion’ (University of Colorado, 2015); he did so when his army was victorious at the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600.
Japanese Internment (Executive Order 9066) Have you ever thought what happened back then,why war happened so much? Well there is one war there is one war I learned about, it’s the bombing of Pearl Harbor.This was mostly a between Japan and America. Also the united States not trusting the Japanese Americans and putting them into 10 different internment camps because of the bombing.Although Japanese Internment camps were caused by political,cultural, and economic factors, the most important causal factor was political. To start off for the first cause is economical. One quote to support my causal factor is on page 10, “They can get rid of the Japanese Americans and grab their land and possession.” This quote supports my causal factor economical
At this point, the economy was in a huge economy downfall. Roosevelt believe that The United States will prosper. In his speech during his inauguration he said, “This great nation will endure at has endured will revive and prosper. So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself- nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which perhaps needed efforts to convert retreat into advances,” ( Saturday, March 4, 1933). In this part of Franklin Roosevelt’s inauguration speech he is encouraging the people of the United States and showing his zeal to improve the economy.
In my opinion bombing Japan was the right thing to do at the time. The war resulted in an unprecedented death of thousands of US soldiers. Is it morally acceptable to risk the lives of more soldiers if we have this weapon at our disposal? If we decided to invade Japan, who knows how high the death rate would have been. Japan attacked us first thinking that they could take us out of the war before we even joined.
Evaluate the role of the economy and propaganda in Hitler's maintenance of power Seungchan Yang After Hitler took a power in Germany, he managed to consolidate his power using his economy policy, gathered destitute Germans together, but also using the propaganda, increasing the support towards him. This increasing mass of supports towards him due to his policy that had increased the employment in a tremendous amount and the use of propaganda that had spread his belief and convinced Germans. However, despite these successful economic policy, the fund raised was purely concentrated on rearmament and still the autarky was not achieved, and his economy policy was just for the violation of Treaty of Versailles. Still, Hitler’s decisions in
This is because the fall of Hong Kong lead America into joining the war, ultimately aiding the Allies into winning the war, defeating both Germany and Japan. The input of America’s position made it possible for the Allies’ victory, even when they were tired out and about to lose; America gave the Allies new and fresh soldiers, and a new range of weapons, ranging from the air force, the navy, to artillery. The fall of Hong Kong also showed the cracks within the League of Nations that they had been trying to hide and put up a cover
These bombs made them have a desperate need to end the war. In return, it saved American lives by preventing an overwhelming invasion. Conclusion To conclude, the atomic bomb instilled a fear of American retaliation in foreign countries, prevented a World War III , and saved millions of Allied soldiers’ lives that would have been lost through an invasion. The bomb was critical to ending the war. The Japanese refused surrender without a major turning point in the war.
The Japanese took advantage of the power they acquired from victory. For instance, once the war ended, China perceived Japan to be the epitome of modernization; however, Japan wanted to rule China and proposed that idea to the president. Additionally, Japan successfully annexed Korea. Many historians argue that this was the most probable reason that Korea is now divided into two regions. Their success in invading Korea was, in a sense, a motivation for them to invade Manchuria as well, which they
The US entered the war because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on December 7, 1941. The world was in the period of time called the Great depression, until the war created new jobs and the need for military supplies. But as the men left to fight in the war, the new jobs that were created needed to be filled again. Women stepped up and helped to fill the jobs. Rations reached every aspect of a family's life, from food, shoes, gas and even cooking fats.
According to Hideki Tojo. Imperial Conference November 5, 1941” it states, “Two years from now we will have no petroleum for military use. When I think about the strengthening of American defenses in the Southwest Pacific of the expansion of the american fleet…”. This piece of evidence shows that the U.S government is getting stronger. This is shows that This will strengthen the US economy because it will take away resources that japan relied on the US