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In what two ways might the seas have influenced Japan's history?
The Japanese sent people across sea to learn about China, and the people would bring back knowledge on government ideas, art, architecture, and writing. In this way Japan was greatly influenced by China. Also, artisans from the Korean Peninsula brought information on bronze casting and ironwork to Japan. So Japan was influenced highly by China and people from the Korean Peninsula.
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They provided a network for trade between the Byzantine Empire and Russia.
Who wrote The Influence of Sea Power Upon History which influenced the modern development of the Navy?
U.S. Navy Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan wrote "The Influence of Sea Power Upon History" in 1890. The book was a classic and the Kaiser had a copy of it placed in every… German naval vessel.
chinese and korea
Alfred Thayer Mahan
Two ways the sea influenced early greeks and their societies were to fish or to build boats. The second way was so others sailed across the sea to trade goods with other lands…
MacArthur led the Allies to victory over Japan. He was humble to the Emperor Hirohito as the Emperor yielded the control of his country to him. MacArthur respected the rights …and culture of the Japanese as he helped them to learn how to have a democratic government. He left Japan for a time to lead in Korea. They gave Japan their own control after seven years. The Japanese helped MacArthur with the servicemen serving in Korea. They allowed them to take furlough in their country. So MacArthur earned the respect of the Japanese and helped them to recover after the War.
The sea influnced them to live a more "blue" life. Looking in to the sea , It spirituality tells almost like a secrect code to most people. Anceint Greeks back then would fish… out in the sea/
Japan is an island allowing it to escape invasion or cultural assimilation by the Chinese and the Mongolians. Their waters are fertile breeding ground for fishes causing… most of the Japanese diet to consist of fishes and other seafoods. Japan had many navigable rivers allowing trade of ideas and materials easily leading to an early political unification. When the Discovery Age came around Japan being an island nation like Britain saw their potential both trade and military terms with their vast coast line. It lead to an rapid rate of industrialization allowing Japan the fate of colonization like many of their Asian counterparts faced. Also Japan's geographical isolation allowing the Japanese to maintain their distinctive facial features.
1956-Japan became a member of the United Nations 645-kotoku became the emperor of Japan 1970-Japan launched its first space satellite And heaps more... go …on google and find out more
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the Japanese adopted ideas and developed distinctive cultural practices that are an important part of Japanese life today
France and the United Kingdom both played major roles in the colonization of Canada, and the development of its culture and history. While the Vikings settled briefly in New…foundland 500 years earlier, it was the French who first built permanent colonies in Canada. In the 1600s, the French built a series of outposts in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, coastal Québec, and up the Saint Lawrence River as far as Niagara. The British built outposts in Newfoundland, and laid claim to Hudson Bay, but focused more on their Thirteen Colonies to the south. During the Intercolonial Wars from 1689 through 1763, the British and French fought for control of the region, with the British ending up victorious. From that point on, British influence prevailed in Canada, with vast numbers of immigrants coming from England, Scotland and Ireland, but French cultural influence remained strong, particularly in Québec. Today, the legacy of both French and British rule can be seen in Canada's governmental structure, language and culture.
omg cheaters! lol i do the same thing the answer is china because there was alot of foregin trade They may have traded ;]
places near the sea or ocean get more rain fall than places further inland
The Mountains influenced Greek history, because they seperated Greeks from each other.
It was written by Alfred Thayer Mahan.
They relied on them for fish as a major source of food, for long distance transportation, for trade, and for maritime warfare.