In Asia, Japan's efforts to become a world power and the rise of militarist leadership (in the 1930s, the government in Japan was undermined as militarists rose to power and gained de facto totalitarian control) led to conflicts first with China and later the United States. Japan also sought to secure additional natural resources, such as oil and iron ore, due in part to the lack of Natural Resources on Japan's own home islands.
bombing of Pearl Harbor
They were all fighting because of he way there government was and because the Japanese wanted to expand there empire and the US as well as other countries didnt like this.
Isolationists and America Firsters
To "protect" Pacific from non-asian people. Actually, they wanted to rule all those islands. Moreover, they wanted to conquer China.
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Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, Sinking of the Lusitiana, the Zimmerman Telegram, and Political ties to Interviews.
Was the US involvement in World War 1 justified why or why not?
After the war, he was not prosecuted for war crimesas many other leading government figures were, despite his involvement.
Four factors leading to the growing European tension before World War I were devout nationalism, growing imperialism, increasing militarism, and abrasive actions by the Germans.
Domination of the East and the Pacific.
because he was japans emperor
they ate potatotes
Japan had an Emporer.
An increase in manufacturing.
Hirohito was Emperor from 1926 to 1989.
granite is located is located under japans seas
racism, resouces, revenge