Causes of World War II

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The causes of World War Two can be divided into long term causes and short term causes.

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Today in WW2 history 3/15/39 Czech Pres Hácha strong-armed to accept invasion. In the evening of March 14, Czechoslovakian President Emil Hácha is summoned to the Reich Chancellery in Berlin where he is kept waiting until 1am while Hitler watches a movie. Keitel, Göring, Ribbentrop, & Adolf's personal physician Dr. Theodore Morell attend the meeting. Hácha is told that at 6am his country would be invaded. Hácha fainted twice during the negotiations and was revived by injections from Dr… Munich Agreement, Interwar Period, Instant Karma, West Berlin, Strong Arms, Ww2 History, The Third Reich, Crazy People, World War Two

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A series of coercive acts, insults, and provocations by Western imperialist countries from the 1850s to the 1930s caused great anger to fester among the Japanese people. Japan's signing of unequal treaties with America, France, Holland, and Russia in 1858 placed restrictions on Japan's national sovereignty, such as extraterritoriality, which meant that foreigners in Japan had immunity from the jurisdiction of the Japanese legal system.

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In 1905, Japan became the first Asian country to defeat a Western power, namely Russia in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-5, which bolstered Japan's belief in its destiny to lead Asia and encouraged leaders in other Asian countries that they had a chance to stand against Western imperialist designs.

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The First World War had only finished two decades earlier, but in 1939, Germany's Nazi military machine was clearly intent on empire-building again. After months of appeasement from the Allies, Hitler invaded Poland, and Britain was jolted into action. This is Britain's final ultimatum to the Germans, written by the Foreign Secretary Lord Halifax and delivered to them at 9am on 3 September 1939. Unless forces withdraw, Britain promised to 'fulfil its obligations to Poland' along with the…

This is when the Kwantung Army of the Empire of Japan invaded Manchuria. America stayed neutral and did nothing during the invasion. This lasted until the end of WW II. Date 19 Sep 1931 Evil Empire, East Indies, Japan Design, Do You Know What, The Republic, Great Britain, Travel Size Products, Tinkerbell

Sept. 8, 1931 : Japan occupies Manchuria Province Mar. 9, 1932 : Japan sets Pu-Yi as the puppet emperor of Manchuria July 7, 1937 : Sino-Japanese War begins

The Munich Conference was when the UK Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, foolishly tried to make a deal with Hitler. He offered him land in exchange for peace, but Hitler took advantage of him by taking the land and still invading. Anglo Saxon, Luftwaffe, Winston Churchill, Wall Street, Versailles, Munich Agreement, Donald Trump, Historia Universal, Munich

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In the late 19th century, many Japanese leaders came to believe that their country had a "manifest destiny" to free other Asian countries from Western imperialist powers and to lead these countries to collective strength and prosperity. Fukuzawa Yukichi and other late 19th century writers supported foreign expansionism and Social Darwinism, which promoted survival of the strongest cultures by a process of natural selection. Natural Selection, World Leaders, Natural Resources, World War Two, New Technology, The Expanse, Destiny, Writers, 19th Century

In the late 19th century, many Japanese leaders came to believe that their country had a "manifest destiny" to free other Asian countries from Western imperialist powers and to lead these countries to collective strength and prosperity. Fukuzawa Yukichi and other late 19th century writers supported foreign expansionism and Social Darwinism, which promoted survival of the strongest cultures by a process of natural selection.

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Manchuria's extensive land area and abundant natural resources such as iron and coal provided a ready solution to Japan's overpopulation problem and its need for raw materials to support its heavy industries, which focused on military equipment buildup. Japan seized Manchuria in 1931. Japan later moved into other countries in south Asia to ensure sufficient resources to maintain its self-sufficiency. For example, Japan needed oil from the Dutch East Indies in order to keep its industry and…

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Japan-Korea Cartoon-Even after Japan had been building its military for several years, Japanese leaders realized in 1895 that the country still had not reached the same level as the imperialist Western powers. Although Japan won the Sino-Japanese War in 1894-95 and as a result acquired Formosa and forced China to pay a large indemnity, Japan could not stand up to the other Western powers when Russia, Germany, and France forced Japan in the Triple Intervention to give up the Liaotung…

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Several ultranationalist groups and writers, such as the Black Dragon Society and Kita Ikki, gained increasing popularity with their views that Japan should take leadership in Asia to expel foreign powers by means of a righteous war if necessary. Many of these ultranationalist groups believed that the moral purity of the Yamato race and Japan's unique ancestry as descendants of the sun goddess Amaterasu entitled the Japanese to such a leadership role in Asia.

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The 1921-22 Washington Conference naval treaties forced on Japan an unfavorable battleship ratio of 5:5:3 for the US, Britain, and Japan respectively, and the Western powers at the London Naval Conference of 1930 coerced Japan to accept the same ratio for its heavy cruisers.