Ch. 18 Northern Eurasia

Ch. 18 Northern Eurasia - Chapter 18 North Eurasia 1...

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Chapter 18 North Eurasia 1. Japanese Reunification A) Japan experience three major changes: 1. internal and external military conflicts, political growth and strengthening, and expanded commercial and cultural contacts. 2. Civil war and the Invasion of the Korea a) Japan had fallen under the rule of warlords known as daimyo. b) Daimyo i. each daimyo had a castle town, a small bureaucracy and a band of warriors, and the samurai. ii. Samurai = each daimyo had a castle town, a small bureaucracy, and band of warriors. 1. Are professional warriors 2. they are loyal to Shogon. 3. Shogon is positive force and offered protection 1. he does tax collection to stabilize economy. iii. Daimyo pledged a loose allegiance to the Japanese emperor residing in the capital city of Kyoto. 1. Are Japanese warlocks (feudals) 1. are powerful army, and owns it. 2. Pick up territory and is a member of privilege class. 3. Don't have central authority. 3. Hideoyoshi = wanted to get everybody together; he is in the warrior class. a) Warrior class kill people b) civil war where he is in charge. c) Japan as a separate class warriors, but to leaders. d) Their leader of warriors is called Shogon who is the commander. 4. Elite Decline and Social crisis a) population growth put a great strain on the well developed lands of central Japan. b) Tokugawa government was the shogunate's inability to stabilize rice prices and halt economic decline of the samurai. c) Tokugawa government realized that rice brokers could manipulate rice prices and interest rates to enrich themselves at the expense of the samurai, who had to convert their rice allotments into cash. d) Early Tokugawa laws designed to regulate interest and prices were later supplemented by laws requiring moneylenders to forgive samurai debts. e) Unification under Tokugawa
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1. Samuri are strong protection or gamblers who sold their weapons to pay their debts. 2. The civil is balance with the military. 3. Tokugama – had unified Japan by using the civil military balance. a) Consolidate Japan 4. Jesuits conduct own wars. 5. Dutch want to trade a) are dutch sailors b) their faith is protestant. c) Jesuits hold on to the division of war. 1. Are Catholic. 6. 1635 is when Japan was now closed. a) No Japanese go abroad. b) Japanese is not tracking. c) Must be done in designated cities. d) Buddhist perspective e) infrequent contact f) Problem Japan has to pull together and is decentralization connection established uptake in Japanese society. It does nothing social, power and death is invested in weaker groups. 7. Exclusion of Portuguese 8. The Ming Empire = empire based in China that Zhu Yuanzhang established after the overthrow of the Yuan Empire. Ming emperor Yongle sponsored additions to the Forbidden city and the voyages of Zheng He. a) Agricultural regions that supplied raw materials to these industries and food
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