had this slogan during : is for Asian, which was one of the reasons why they staged invasions across Asian countries. They wanted to be the most powerful in the Far East so they worked to expand their empire, invading even the giant China, which was not that economically and politically powerful that time.
No. For centuries before and during ww2 Japan had always been imperialists.
Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931 - before the start of World War 2.
The emperor of Japan both before and during the war has Hirohito and the "prime minister" (more like a dictator) was Hideki Tōjō.
Not on mainland Japan, but on offshore islands such as Okinawa.
Japan adopted the phrase "civilization and enlightenment" during this time. These were two of the biggest goals that the Japanese strove for.
It was quite good actually
Tojo was the leader of japan during ww2
Japan had two leaders during World War 1. From 16 April 1914
Japan had conflicts with China and Russia before World War one.
Japan as on the Axis side during WWII.
Hideki Tojo was the dictator of Japan during WWII.
japan in ww2
During WW2 in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan.
The emperor of Japan during WW2 was Emperor Hirohito.
Italy and Germany were allied to Japan during WWII.
Japan had over 50,000 airplanes during WW2.
See website: Japan
The Emperor ruled Japan.
underwent political reform and economic expansion.
Hideki Tojo was the leader of japan in world war 2.
Japan admired Chinese culture and learned much from them. Before World War II, Japan invaded China.
during WW2, there was no trade between Japan and the US