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By Gordon L. Rottman

US precise struggle devices within the Pacific Theater 1941-45 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: conflict Orders 12Автор(ы): Gordon L. RottmanЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2005Количество страниц: 99ISBN: 1-84176-707-7Формат: pdf (150 dpi) 1060x1440Размер: 68.5 mbRapid fifty one

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Later, Roosevelt did not recognize the Japanese puppet state but did little else. He followed the policy of President Hoover and hoped to deal with the issue of Japan at a later date. The open-door policy was allowed to lapse. The League of Nations condemned the invasion but was unable to force Japan to leave Manchuria. Japan left the League, claiming it had taken Manchuria because it was essential for its economic and military security. Chapter 2: Hemispheric reactions to the events in Europe and Asia 1933–41 Six years after the invasion of Manchuria, Japan invaded northern China and bombed Shanghai and other Chinese cities into submission.

In January 1921, Congress reduced the What does Source G suggest about President Roosevelt’s view of the USA and the war in Europe? To what extent did the USA rearm in the 1930s? 27 K EY T E R M Regular army The permanent standing army of a nation or state. NIRA The National Industrial Recovery Act, part of Roosevelt’s New Deal. It aimed to increase productivity in US industry. Munich crisis The crisis over the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. Hitler demanded this Germanspeaking area and was awarded it after the conference in Munich, September 1938.

Sanctions Punishments against a country for breaking international law. 30 The Immigration Act 1924 The Immigration Act limited the annual number of people who could be admitted from any country but completely prevented Asian immigration. The act was introduced ‘to preserve the ideal of American homogeneity’ and was often known as the Japanese Exclusion Act. It stopped the growth of the Japanese community in the USA. The Japanese government protested strongly at the introduction of the act, which it felt violated the 1907 Gentlemen’s Agreement between the USA and Japan, and one Japanese citizen committed ritual suicide outside the US embassy in Tokyo in protest in 1924.

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