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Giattino -U5-6

Unit 5 Section 6 - JApan and the Meiji Restorations

Sino - Japanese War * Fought between Japan and China for trading rights in Korea * Japan drove China out of Korea, destroyed the Chinese Navy and gained a foothold in Manchuria
Russo-Japanese War - 1904 War fought between Japan and Russia for control over Manchuria - a region rich in resources in Northeast China
Japanese Annexation of Korea 1905 - Korea became a Japanese protectorate. By 1910, Japan took over or annexed all of Japan
Hiroshima and Nagasaki - 1945 * Japan finally surrendered to the US 9 - VJ Day * This ended Japanese Imperialism and the start of American occupation * Japan was demilitarized according to their new constitution.
Archipalego Japan is a chain of islands in the Pacific Ocean
Isloationism Japan cut itself off from the world
End to Isolationism American Commodore Matthew Perry to deliver a letter to the Japanese government This letter urged Japan to open up its ports to western trade or be destroyed in one years time.
Meiji Reform and Modernization Modernize, Industrialize, and millitarize
MEIJI Meiji Ends Isolation Japan Industrializes
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