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Japanese Imperialism 3/15/2016

by: Ellen Notetaker

Japanese Imperialism 3/15/2016 hist2011

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These notes cover Japanese Imperialism and a couple of treaties like the Treaty of Twenty One Demands.
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ellen Notetaker on Tuesday March 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to hist2011 at University of Cincinnati taught by kwan man bun in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see history of japan in History at University of Cincinnati.


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Date Created: 03/15/16
Japanese Imperialism 3/15/2016 Treaty of Shimonosheki (1895):  Korea as an independent country  Taiwan, Liaodong, and the Pescadores ceded to Japan  200 Million taels indemnity  Most favored national clause for Japan  Extraterritoriality for Japanese nationals in China  Right of Japanese manufactures in China Protectorate Treaty, 1904 Korea became protectorate of Japan, Taiwan was seeded to Japan Russia wanted to expand into Korea, and perhaps take it over to have another port for its pacific fleet. Russian Far Eastern Fleet, Port Arthur th Divided Korea with Russia on the 38 parallel. But Russia wanted the whole country, not just half of it. Russians forced Koreans to sign a treaty. Togo Heihachiro 1848-1934 Admiral Rozhestvensky Treaty of Portsmouth 1905:  China’s sovereignty to be respected  Manchuria be given back to China  Russia to give up the South Manchurian Railway  Cede to Japan southern half of the Sakhalin Island The Japanese seaplane carrier Wakamiya conducted the world’s first naval-launched air raids in September 1914 against German positions in Tsingtao Twenty one Demands, 1/18/1915:  Transfer of German rights and sphere of interest to Japan  Japan’s paramount position in S. Manchuria etc.  Japanese advisors in political, financial, and military affairs  Joint administration of China’s arsenals  Japan to have the first right of refusal for any Chinese loans Lansing-ishii Agreement 1917 The government of the US recognizes that Japan has special interests in China, particularly in the part to which her possessions are contiguous. Duke Konoe 1863-1904 Japan as the leader of the yellow race to protect and to lead.


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