Lecture 8

Lecture 8 - The Early Colonial Period (1910-1919) Path to...

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The Early Colonial Period (1910-1919) Path to annexation (August 1910) Contexts for “military rule” Week 5 o 1910-1919 Cultural Rule Week 6 o 1919-1937 “Imperialization” movement Week 7 o (1937-1945) The path to Annexation o The Russian and Japanese Rivalry over Korea (1895-1905) Russia solidified its position in Manchuria after Triple Intervention (1895) Russia, France, Germany-led retrocession of Liaotung Peninsula o Japan Concentrated on expanding economic interests in Korea and obtaining support for Anglo-Japanese Alliance o Manchuria-Korea quid pro quo fails Surprise attack on Port Arthur as start of Russo-Japanese War (Feb. 1904) The Russo-Japanese War (1904-5) and the Treaty of Portsmouth (1905) o Unexpected Japanese victories from beginning to end o Taft-Katsrura Agreement (1905) Japanese Korea for American Philippines o Treaty of Portsmouth (1905) Recognized Japan’s paramount military, political, and economic
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Lecture 8 - The Early Colonial Period (1910-1919) Path to...

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