Why Did Japan Win Ww2 Analysis

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In 1919 WWI just ended, the Allied powers convened the Paris Peace Conference to determine punishments for the Central Powers and the Allies’ benefits for helping win the war. The new compromises were composed of false hopes and promises, disputed territorial claims, and a weak League of Nations that soon fell apart, because of these, tensions arose and the conference became a catalyst for WW2.

Japan contributed greatly to help win WW1, however, they were not seen as equals, and they were not part of the Big 4, that was composed of, Briton, Italy, France and the chairman of the conference the United States. Japan having lost lives and property from the war thought they should be equals with the Big 4 and not have policies made unfairly against them.
The proposal received a majority vote, however, the Big 4 voted against the proposal and the United States as chairman stopped it. Japan was infuriated as the proposal did not pass and to make matters worse it was thought that Willison would vote for the proposal. But, after Japan’s hopes were high for being seen as equal, they were turned down by the U.S.

Japan proposed the racial
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The treaty replaced Germany's government, with one set up by the League of Nations. The Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to demilitarize and abandon its territories. But, “Perhaps the most humiliating portion of the treaty for defeated Germany was Article 231... which forced the German nation to accept complete responsibility for initiating World War I. As such Germany was liable for all material damages.” Hitler and his party rose to power with his promises to reclaim territories, rebuild Germany's military, and to bring Germany out of poverty. Soon after the election, he put himself in complete power and disbanded the League’s government. He then restored Germany's army and invaded Poland, with little
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