the reasons why Japan embarked on an aggressive, militaristic foreign policy and assess the extent to which this was successful in the first half of the 20th century.
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It was new to them. Since the Sino-Japanese war, Japan had proven to China that they could not be defeated and China was becoming weaker and weaker due to the Japanese. Japan took even greater advantage of China during the Great Depression. The Great Depression convinced many Japanese to protect their “special interests” in China at all cost...
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As a result the Japanese military provoked and incident in China allowing them to create a full-scale invasion of Manchuria, renaming it Manchukuo. The military re-installed the former Emperor of China, Pu-yi, as the first ruler. Pu-yi was known as a “puppet ruler” as the military had complete control over each decision he made, meaning that they were able to do what they liked with the area...
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