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Meiji Restoration

TermDefinition
Russo-Japanese War War between Russia and Japan over Korea and Manchuria
Sino-Japanese War War between china and Japan over Korea
Zaibatsu Powerful banking and industrial families
Meiji Enlightened rule
Shogun Military leader before the Restoration
Treaty of Kanagawa the shogun agree to open two Japanese ports to American ships
Mathew Perry U.S. Naval officer who forced Japan to open ports
Raw Materials Japan lacked
Archipelago A chain of Islands
Samurai Japan's military elite
Bushido Code of conduct
Tokugawa Shogunate Japan's last ruling family
Meiji Japan's Emperor during it's modernization
USA Helped modernize Japan's military
Germany Country Japan modeled government after
Imperialism Domination over another country with the purpose of exploiting it's resources
Created by: drichardson19