Naval Power and Armament

Naval Power and Armament - Naval Power and Armament US is...

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Naval Power and Armament 19:41 US is the unparallel leader in Naval power All of the powers turn back from each other Japan knows that US and UK will work together bringing their tonnage to 10k  pounds instead of ships Harding Coolidge and Hoover admin in office during arms race Economic collapse made people wonder if capitalism would last through out  the world. Communism is on the rise as well as Imperialism in Japan 1932 Franklin D Roosevelt elected as president and combines intl. of Teddy and  the intl. of Wilson w/o being so far out there Pro Navy Disciple of Mahan A favorite in all military circles (good for business) Starts building up the Navy nine years before Pear Harbor attack Fanatic organizations a rise in Japan  Leads to expansion of a military, xenophobic japan 1934 Japan gives 2-year notice that they will pull out of naval limitaions treaty.  1937- start construction of juggernaut ships, largest ships ever. 19” guns 1937- Japan invades China US loves China and really want to help out TIME and LIFE magazine are the most influential magazine sin the US and  they covered affairs in china. Built up China and the leader Shanghai chek.  Marines have been in China for a long time to protect missionaries
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Dec 12, 1937 Panay incident. Japan sunk Panay with bombs
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