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Who was the Japanese prime minister who announced the greater east Asia co-prosperity sphere?


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2008-04-09 04:59:27
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Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe


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Germany had "Fortress Europe", Japan had the "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere." Each a name for their finished conquests.According to my U.S history book, it says "In 1940, Japan's prime minister announced a Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere to be led by the Japanese, extending from Manchuria in the north to the Dutch East Indies in the south. Japan declared it would liberate Asia from European colonizers..." (Prentice Hall America Pathways to the Present [Texas Edition], PG. 584)

大義のために (taigi no tame ni) would mean "For the greater good" in Japanese. It's literal meaning is "In order for the great righteousness", but due to colloquialisms it would be the best approximation of "For the greater good".

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The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere .

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The Japanese justified their invasions as an attempt to unite East Asia into a Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere that would free East Asians from domination from Europe and America.

Because the Russian army was for greater than the German's, and with the Japanese getting whupped by the Americans they had no other allies.

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