japanese defeat

The Battle of the Philippine Sea 19-20 June 1944 by David JamesThe Battle of the Philippine Sea 19-20 June 1944 by David James
Us navy in a great decisive battle, and that in this battle the enemy fleet would be destroyed "in one blow." By the Spring of 1944 Japanese commanders had decided that the decisive encounter was imminent
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Bushido: the Valor of DeceitBushido: the Valor of Deceit
It also includes the realization that alliances are not unilaterally balanced in nature. The alliances between states whereby one becomes such through defeat in war simply represents a dangerous and precarious temporary loss of military power of the
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IS412Peace and Conflict in Northeast Asia: China, Korea and JapanIS412Peace and Conflict in Northeast Asia: China, Korea and Japan
North and South Korea, Japanese-Soviet territorial disputes, tense prc-taiwan relations, without mentioning the pivotal and much debated role played by the United States
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For the Great Leader, Humble BeginningsFor the Great Leader, Humble Beginnings
China from 1949 to 1959, and led the Chinese Communist Party from 1935 until his death. Mao's "Great Leap Forward" and the Cultural Revolution were poorly planned and had disastrous consequences, but many of his goals
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The United Nations and Timor-Leste International Co-operationThe United Nations and Timor-Leste International Co-operation
Timor-Leste (formerly East Timor) became an independent nation in 2002. We will be focusing on how Timor-Leste became independent, and the roles played by Australia and the un
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The Japanese Occupation 1942-1945The Japanese Occupation 1942-1945
Chinese resistance. To feed Japan's war machine, large amounts of petroleum, scrap iron, and other raw materials had to be imported from foreign sources. Most oil--about 55 percent--came from the United States
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For the Great Leader, Humble BeginningsFor the Great Leader, Humble Beginnings
China from 1949 to 1959, and led the Chinese Communist Party from 1935 until his death. Mao's "Great Leap Forward" and the Cultural Revolution were poorly planned and had disastrous consequences, but many of his goals
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