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English version japan&manchuria

  1. 1. MANCHURIA<br />Japan And Manchuria<br />
  2. 2. Surface area of Manchuria is 1416000 square kilometers and the population was 28 million in 1931. As major economicwealths of Manchuriawe can count soya bean, forests, timberand coal mines.<br />.<br />
  3. 3. %63 of the soya bean production was made by Manchuria. Their forests were 376000 square kilometers. In these forests, they were producing 4 billions kube kilometers of timber every year. Coal reserves are nearly 9 billion tones and every year they were producing 9 million tones of coal. Japan buys the majorityof these productions.<br />
  4. 4. JAPAN<br />Japan And Manchuria<br />
  5. 5. In Japanese culture, Japan means <br />“The Country of The Sunrises”.<br />
  6. 6. Japan has 300 000 islands in Japanese borders. Most of the islands are mountainous and some of them are volcanoes. Fuji is the highest volcano of the Japan. It is a famous mountain of Japan.<br /> Japan has a population of 128 million. They are 10th crowded country all over the world. Tokyo is the capital of Japan. <br />
  7. 7. JAPAN&MANCHURIA RELATIONS<br />Japan And Manchuria<br />
  8. 8. Because of the Manchuria’s <br />sources, Manchuria had attracted the <br />attention of Japan. In 1905, when <br />they beat Russia, they conquered <br />Manchuria and they started to <br />develop Manchuria, they made a <br />big web of railroads.<br />
  9. 9. They founded South Manchuria Railroads. And this company helped the economic development. From 1905 to 1931 they spent 262 million Yen. Company became the center of the colonialism approaches. In 1931 the hedges of the company was 716 million Yen and their partners hedges were 318 million Yen. <br /> [1 Yen = 1 Dollar]  In that times<br />
  10. 10. Japanese companies had 554 million Yen hedges in Manchuria without South Manchuria Railroads. If you add South Manchuria Railroads to the calculation Japan had 2 billion Yen hedges in Manchuria. In 1895 there wasn’t any factory. But in 1930 there were 789 Japanese Factories.<br />
  11. 11. While the liberal party was leading government they tried to get relations with China in peace. But when militaries got the government they decided to occupy China. First step of the occupy of China was get Manchuria.<br />GiichiTanaka<br />
  12. 12. In 1931, they decided to conquer Manchuria becauseit was the best time as there weren’t any powerful militaries in Manchuria. They madeuptheirmind and got Manchuria in 1931.<br />
  13. 13. Manchuria made a congress and decided to found their own government. (Manchukuo Government) but it was controlled by Japan. In 1907, Russia had taken the railroads of Manchuria. When Japan got there, Russia sold them to Manchukuo Government. Russia finished its all relations with Japan.<br />Manchukuo<br />

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