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It is also the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet. The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Empire of Japan on Sunday, December 7, 1941 brought the United States into World War II. History Pearl Harbor was originally an extensive deep embayment called Wai Nomi or Puuloa by the Hawaiians. Puuloa was regarded as the neighbor of the dolphin god, Kaahupahau, and his brother, Kahiuka, in Hawaiian legends. According to tradition, Keaunui, the head of the powerful Ewu chiefs, is credited with cutting a navigable
This group’s aim was to spread anti-Asian propaganda and influence legislation restricting Asian immigration (Japans Pacific Onslaught). Along with racism towards immigration, Japan felt as if though they were treated inferior to the United States during the Russo-Japanese War. Japan had defeated the Russian Fleet at the Battle of Tsushima. It was the first naval defeat by an Asian power of a Western power in that period. (Vat) After that, Japan continued its naval expansion after World War I.
He believed there should be a smychka (alliance) between peasants and workers (didn’t want to create differences between them.) • Trotsky wanted to abolish the NEP- Resented the fact that much of the USSR’s industry was under the direct control of the government. Hated the NEPMEN (traders who made large profits from the NEP.) Wanted to end the inequality between poor peasants and kulaks. Wanted to abolish private farms and introduce collective farming.
Communities were divided geographically but they were also separated politically and socially. Salem was divided into two different parts: Salem Village and Salem Town. Salem Village residents were mostly poor famers while residents of Salem Town were wealthy merchants and successful people. Salem Village tried to attain independence from Salem Town. The people of Salem Town continued to prosper but farmers from Salem Village believed that their growing prosperity threatened their Puritan values.
The Polish and Hungarian Uprisings: A Comparison Poland 1863: Polish uprising Background: Previously independent country, disliked Russian rule (Tsar a point of contention) Peasants used to independence, Nobility and emancipation used to localise control, made their lives worse (WHY) Inspired by “Emancipation”, AII open to change? 1861=expecting change Hungary 1956: Hungarian uprising Background: Previously independent country up until 1945 Disliked Russian rule- Moscow based Politburo Workers used independence or capitalist economy (WHAT) Politicians used to localised control, now run by Moscow, left wing, 1930s pre-Fascists (WHAT) Inspired by “Secret Speech”, Khrushchev open to change? Poland Uprisings: The revolt Peasants and nobility united in opposition, united by nationality Peasants demanded “2nd emancipation” Nobility demanded greater freedoms, political independence Desire for national independence? Hungarian Uprisings: The revolt People elect a socialist party, united by nationality (WHAT) People demand a “different approach” Politicians want greater devolution from Moscow,
With Japan growing their powers and repeating breaking the truce, United States made a decision to cut off oil and war supplies to Japan. Japan was United States number one importer for oil and war goods. It was a plan United States regrets. On December 7, 1941, Japanese forces struck American fleets in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Japan had formed alliances with Nazi German and Fascist Italy, forming the Axis Powers.
The Opening of Japan (644-649) 649/ 1b, 2a, 3, 4, 5, 7 24. The Meiji Restoration (647-649) Imagine that you lived in Japan during the Meiji Period. Take the perspective of either a wealthy landowner, merchant, or peasant and write a letter to the Emperor describing whether you believe the new reforms will have a positive or negative impact on the country. (Minimum 150 words) 25. Japanese Becomes a Military Power (738-741) 741/ 3, 4, 5, 7 26.
The nation is fast becoming more industrial and more commercialized. The populists don’t see that the nation is growing in this more industrial way and still cling to the idea of agricultural dominance. These views are pointed back to a time when farming and agriculture was abundant and successful, because farming, then, was the only way to access most resources. Now the nation is slowing becoming more commercialized and there is more ways to receive these things, therefore breaking away from the idea of agricultural control. The more farming and agriculture is abandoned, the more things the populist find in what is being left behind.