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HST303 L10 JN

China, Japan & East Asia in World History - Lecture 10: Japanese Nationalism

Rise in extreme _____in 1920s and 30s caused by a number of events that coincided. nationalism
Fear of _____ caused mass arrests in 1928 communism
Professors were dismissed from universities for harboring dangerous _____. thoughts
1924 – U.S. congress had passed legislation preventing immigration for people ineligible for U.S. citizenship, including Japanese. This was seen as deeply insulting by many Japanese, especially as many had adopted Western _____. ideals
_____ crises that kept hitting Japan took their toll. Financial
Many in the army, especially those from impoverished rural areas, argued for military coup against allegedly corrupt and self-interested party-politicians and _____ capitalists
Japan wanted to build self-sufficient national _____ state in case of future war. defense
Military _____ accelerated rapidly expenditures
1937 – construction of Yamato class _____ began, which were the largest in the world at this time battleships
Public school system promoted _____ loyalty to the emperor and military _____ patriotic; valor
Party politics and _____ process were endangered through attempted military coups and through constant attacks and assassinations of politicians democratic
Particularly those who advocated or initiated _____ policies were attacked. moderate
_____ politicians were intimidated, and Japan turned to military leaders. There were no _____ politicians left in 1937 in the cabinet. Civilian; party
____ – political parties dissolved. 1940
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