Asked in Japan, Imperialism
Could japan could have become an imperialistic power if it had not modernized?
It was imperialistic. It could not be a power at all if it did not mechanize and modernize its armed forces. ...
Asked in Japan in WW2, History of Japan
What did the modernization of Japan during the Meiji restoration result in?
The modernization of Japan during the Meiji restoration resulted in the rise of japan as an imperialistic nation. ...
What did Italy Germany and Japan have in common during the 1930s?
They each wanted to form an empire. They were expanding Fascist empires. They were imperialistic ...
Asked in Continents, Imperialism
What motivated Europe and the US to become imperialistic and seek colonies in Asia Africa and Latin America?
They wanted to gain an advantage in the competition for global resources. <--- Net ...
Is being part of the imperialistic approach beneficial to your country?
is being part of the imperialistic approach beneficial to your country?
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities
What country is comprised of two former European colonies?
japan is comprised of two former European colonies!!!!!
Asked in Japan in WW2, New Zealand
Why is New Zealand is not called the land of rising sun?
That title was used by japan in its Imperialistic expansion days, and would not be appropriate. Even Japan changed its flag because of the excesses carried out under the old 'rising sun' flag. ...
Asked in World War 2, Japan in WW2
What was the nation expanding its power to the western pacific?
Japan was flexing their imperialistic muscle in Asia in the 1930s and up to 1945 until the Allies drove them back to their own main island. ...
What are some similarities between Australia and Japan?
Supposedly, they were both penal colonies; Australia from Britain and Japan from China... ...