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Keyterms for Final 1. Mukden Incident Who: Japan, China, League of Nations What: Japan intentionally blew up its South Manchurian Railway and accused China for performing this act. Japanutilized the Mukden Incident as a pretext for invading China. Aside from Japan and China, another party involved in the Mukden Incident was the league of nations. While the League of Nations called for the withdrawal of Japanese forces from Manchuria as well as the restoration of Chinese sovereignty, Japan ignored the petitions and remained in China. When: 1931 Where: South Manchurian Railway in China Why: The Mukden incident exemplified Japan’s imitation of new imperialism of the west. The Mukden Incident signaled the true intentions beginning of World War II between Japan, Asian and Southeast Asia. While the United States relaxed its immigration policy in the 1930s, whites became suspicious of the Japanese in the United States and abroad. 2. League of Nations’ Class C Mandate Who: Japan, League of Nations, Pacific Islands What : Class C Mandate established under the pretense that lesser nations needed help from more advanced nations to be self-sufficient. League of Nations feared Japan’s rising power and hoped that the mandate would force Japan to spend more resources on economy building in the Pacific. When: 1919-1947 Where: Pacific Islands, south pacific Why: Japan’s main objectives: 1) To establish Japanese settlements 2) To establish sugar plantations 3) To establish symbols of national pride 4) To establish barriers to protect Japan’s homeland from western invasion In addition, the peoples were taught to be Japanese and lost culture. There was much exploitation going on. Japan saw it as an opportunity to further its own interests. 3. Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere Who: Japan, Pacific Island peoples What: A euphemism to hide Japan’s true intentions. It advocated that it would build
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