OSU17 - THE JAPANESE INVASION THE WAR IN CHINA (1937-1945)...

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Unformatted text preview: THE JAPANESE INVASION THE WAR IN CHINA (1937-1945) THE PREMIER KONOE PREMIER FUMIMARO JULY 7, 1937 (MARCO JULY POLO BRIDGE INCIDENT) SEPTEMBER 23, 1937 SEPTEMBER (THE ANTI-JAPANESE UNITED FRONT) 850,000 TROOPS 850,000 THE RAPE OF NANJING THE (DECEMBER 13, 1937) 300,000 DEAD 300,000 OCTOBER 1938 OCTOBER (CONQUEST OF WUHAN AND CANTON) PRIME MINISTER KONOE PRIME JAPAN AT WAR THE MARCO POLO BRIDGE THE NANJING REGIME THE WANG JINGWEI (1883WANG 1944) DECEMBER 2, 1938 DECEMBER (COLLABORATIONIST POLICY PROCLAIMED) MARCH 30, 1940 MARCH (NANJING REGIME) TOWARDS THE PACIFIC WAR TOWARDS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ KONOE’S NEW ORDER MOVEMENT (JULY 23, 1940) FASCISM FROM ABOVE CONQUEST OF “GREATER EAST ASIA COPROSPERITY SPHERE” FRENCH INDOCHINA (SEPTEMBER 1940) THE TRIPARTITE PACT (SEPTEMBER 27, 1940) THE US EMBARGO (1940-1) CONQUEST OF SOUTHERN FRENCH INDOCHINA (SEPTEMBER 1940) ROOSEVELT FREEZES ALL JAPANESE ASSETS IN THE US (JULY 25, 1941) DECEMBER 7 (8), 1941 (PEARL HARBOR) THE PACIFIC WAR (1941-1945) THE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ US AND UK DECLARE WAR (DECEMBER 8, 1941) GERMANY AND ITALY DECLARE WAR ON THE US (DECEMBER 11, 1941) JAPANESE COQUESTS HONG KONG (DECEMBER 25, 1941) THE PHILIPPINES (JANUARYAPRIL 1942) THE DUTCH EAST INDIES (JANUARY-MARCH 1942) MALAYA AND SINGAPORE (FENRUARY 1942) BURMA (MARCH 1942) DOUGLAS MACARTHUR (18801964) JAPANESE SURRENDER JAPANESE THE ENTRANCE TO THE IMPERIAL PALACE BOMB SHELTER POTSDAM CONFERENCE (JULYPOTSDAM AUGUST 1945) TRUMAN’S FATAL DECISION (JULY TRUMAN 24, 1945) ESTIMATED COST OF LANDING ESTIMATED (33,500 UP TO 1,000,000 CASUALTIES) AUGUST 6 AND 9, 1945 (HIROSHIMA AUGUST AND NAGASAKI) NAGASAKI) 500,000 CIVILIANS DEAD 500,000 USSR DECLARES WAR (AUGUST 8, USSR 1945) AUGUST 14 (15), 1945 (THE EMPEROR AUGUST ANNOUNCES JAPAN ’S SURRENDER ON THE NATIONAL RADIO) RADIO) AUGUST 30, 1945 (MACARTHUR’S AUGUST ARRIVAL IN JAPAN) SEPTEMBER 2, 1945 (FORMAL TERMS SEPTEMBER OF SURRENDER SIGNED) 1,270,000 KILLED IN ACTION 1,270,000 140,000 WOUNDED 140,000 ...
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