Japan in WW2
Is modern Japan ruled by the military?
No. In fact, as part of the WWII treaty Japan signed, Japan has no military, and consequently has a booming economy and extremely advanced technology do to the excess of funds.
Asked in History of Japan, Chinese Dynasties
What describes the role of the shogun during the Tokugawa shogunate in Japan?
Asked in History of Japan
Who ruled Japan after the emperors' power declined?
Asked in History of Japan, Decade - 1910s
What was the government in Japan like from 1890 to 1910?
Asked in Japan
Has Japan ever been ruled by a foreign country?
After World War II, from 1945 till 1952, Japan was occupied by the allied forces. In practice, this meant the United States. This was the only instance that Japan was ever ruled by a foreign power. After 1952, Japan became independent again. However, the US maintains a large presence, in their military bases on Japanese soil.
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
Who was toyotomi hideyoshi?
HIDEYOSHY Was The Leader Of The Tototomy And Ruled Japan For A While.When He Died MITSUNARI Protected His Land From IEYEASU And Hideyoshys Son HIDEYORY Ruled Japan HIDEYOSHY Was The Leader Of The Tototomy And Ruled Japan For A While.When He Died MITSUNARI Protected His Land From IEYEASU And Hideyoshys Son HIDEYORY Ruled Japan
Asked in Japan in WW2, History of Japan, Japan
How did Japan's meiji government differ from Japan's tokugawa shogun?
Asked in Japan in WW2
Who and when did military rule begin in Japan?
Japan has had a variety of military governments since feudal times and the days of the Shoguns, but in modern times Gen Hideki Tojo is credited with the militarization of Japan in the 1930's. Tojo planned Japan's invasion of China, and was Prime Minister when Japan attacked the United States with their sneak attack at Pearl Harbor.