History of Japan Notes 3/29-3/31
History of Japan Notes 3/29-3/31 hist2011
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Showa and the Rise of Militarism 3/29/2016 The Alien Law of 1913 (also known as the Webb-Heney Bill) “Aliens not eligible for citizenship and corporations in which that majority of the stock was owned by ineligible aliens had to comply with the land ownership provisions of any treaty existing between the countries involved. The U.S.-Japan Treaty of 1911 made ************* Washington Naval Conference 1921 The US Navy and the Royal Navy could not exceed 525,000 tons, the French and Italian Navy were limited to 175,000 tons, and the Japanese Navy to 315,000 tons. No single ship could exceed 35,000 tons, and no ship could carry a gun in excess of 16 inches. All signatories pledged to maintain a balance in their respective capital fleets under a predetermined ratio: Britain 5, US 5, Japan 3, France 1.67, and Italy 1.67 London Naval Conference, 1930: Capital ship ratio revised to 10:10:7. Max tonnage for cruisers at 339,000 tons for Great Britain, 323,500 tons for the United States, and 208,850 tons for Japan. The max numbers of heavy cruisers were set at 18 for America, 15 for Great Britain *********** Prime minister Hamaguchi Osachi d. 1931 Inukai Ki (Tsuyoshi) Saito Makoto Super dreadnaught: Mutsu Japan and the Second World War 3/31/2016 Tripartite Pact, 1941 Japan recognizes and respects the leadership of Germany and Italy in Europe Germany and Italy recognize and respect the leadership of Japan in Greater East Asia Japan, Germany and Italy agree to assist one another with all political, economic and military means if one of the three Contracting Powers is attacked by a Power at present not involved in the European War or in the Japanese-Chinese conflict Konoe Fumimaro 1891-1945 Tojo Hideki 1884-1948 Yamamoto Isoroku 1884-1943 – (Admiral) man who planned the pearl harbor attack. Studied at Harvard. Knew what America could do since he studied in it. Students in Japan were taught that Pearl Harbor attack was never a sneak attack. Japanese achieved stunning success.
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