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The Involvement of Japan in World War 2.

The Involvement of Japan in World War 2.

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  • 1. Japan and WW2Social Studies 2
  • 2. Ideologyis a set of ideas thatconstitute onesgoals,expectations, andactions.
  • 3. Fascismis a form of radical authoritariannationalism. Fascists seek to unify theirnation through a totalitarian state thatseeks the mass mobilization of thenational community through discipline,indoctrination, and physical training
  • 4. NazismIt is a variety offascism thatincorporatesbiological racismand antisemitism.
  • 5. Jews
  • 6. Gas Chambers
  • 7. Auschwitz
  • 8. Genocide
  • 9. Concentration Camps
  • 10. DemocracyDemocracy is a form ofgovernment in which all eligiblecitizens have an equal say in thedecisions that affect their lives.Democracy allows eligiblecitizens to participate equally—either directly or through electedrepresentatives
  • 11. EMOTIONS
  • 12. JOSE RIZAL - NATIONALISM IMMEDIATE FACTOR
  • 13. UNDERLYING FACTORS
  • 14. SALEM WITCH HUNT FALSE ACCUSATIONSWOMEN GAINING POWER
  • 15. 1 EVENT CAN TRIGGER ANEMOTION/CAN CHANGEHISTORY
  • 16. FIELD OF DREAMS
  • 17. IDEOLOGY+CHARISMA
  • 18. CHARISMATIC LEADER: BOMIKE
  • 19. PropagandaPropaganda is a form ofcommunication that is aimedtowards influencing the attitudeof a community toward somecause or position by presentingonly one side of an argument.
  • 20. ―FEAR‖ IN JAPAN’S NATIONBUILDING
  • 21. EAST ASIA CO-PROSPERITYSPHERE
  • 22. Asia for Asians
  • 23. Evaluating a propaganda
  • 24. JAPAN IS POOR IN NATURALRESOURCESEMBARGOBOYCOTT
  • 25. INDUSTRY : CAR
  • 26. Japanese Discipline
  • 27. Conquest Imperialism Aggression InfluenceGreater East AsiaCo-Prosperity Sphere
  • 28. La Salle Brothers
  • 29. Huks, Hukbalahap(Hukbo ng BayanLaban sa Hapon)
  • 30. ku klux klan
  • 31. Angst a feeling of anxiety, apprehension, or insecurityIntense Feelings. Overly Zealous.
  • 32. WW2Japan : Full of Angst
  • 33. Underlying reason for JapanPractical : Economics
  • 34. December 7, 1941Then GermanyAnd Italy declaredWar on the USA.
  • 35. December 8, 19416:30 am - Davao Citywas bombed
  • 36. December 10, 1941 FirstInvasion of the Philippinesby the Japanese
  • 37. By a Burmese Nationalist―We often told you theBritish were sucking ourblood out of you. Well theJapanese are here to suckthe marrow out of yourbones.‖
  • 38. Natural ResourcesRubber – MalaysiaOil – Dutch East Indies (Indonesia)Tin – BurmaHow about the Philippines?
  • 39. Battle of Midway
  • 40. Bombing of Hiroshima August 6, 1945 Pres. Truman ordered the bombing because he did not want hundreds of thousands more Americans killed. To end the war. The next day, because Japan did not reply to the command of US for Unconditional Surrender, they bombed NAGASAKI.
  • 41. How did the bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima affect the world’s view of atomic weapons?Perhaps the greatest legacy ofNagasaki and Hiroshima is thatnuclear weapons have neverbeen used again as weapons ofwar.

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