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    Unit 731 and the American Cover-Up The Second Sino-Japanese war began on July 7th, 1937 and ended on September 9th, 1945. It was a military conflict which was fought between the Republic of China and the Empire of Japan. As part of the struggle against fascism, Japan invaded China. It is clear that, due to the restriction of its natural resources, Japan tried to increase by robbing resources from other countries. Japan used the conquered Manchuria as a launching base for their troops. Manchuria

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    Second Sino-Japanese War

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    Ethical judgments limit the methods available in the production of knowledge in both the arts and the natural sciences. Discuss. As our quality of life improves, we start to focus on our environment and other beings/organisms. During this process of focusing on other things, we encounter more and more ethical problems. This leads to the knowledge issue, to what extend does ethics limit a knowers’ acquisition of knowledge? Over time these ethical judgments lead to limited knowledge production, especially

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    Japan's Reaction to a Rising China

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    A highly controversial topic in International Relations has been: why are Sino-Japanese relations so controversial and how does this affect Japan’s reaction to a rising China. Relations have been highly controversial because of the security, the economics and the history issues. These issues shape Japan’s foreign policy and there are many arguments regarding how Japan is reacting. For example, some argue that Japan fears China’s growing strength and increasingly assertive foreign policy and as a

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    young boy’s experience during World War II. The film was based on J. G. Ballard’s part autobiographical, part fiction novel, Empire of the Sun. Jim (played by Christian Bale) is a young, wealthy British boy living with his parents in Shanghai during World War II. The Japanese storms in and attacks Shanghai one day, and everyone frantically tries to escape the chaos. Jim loses his parents in the crowd and goes back to his house only to find it taken by the Japanese troops. Desperate for food and water

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    arrived on the shores of Japan with vessels and armaments the likes of which had never been seen in that corner of the world. After ordering some of the buildings in the harbor city of Uraga shelled as a demonstration of might, Perry presented the Japanese with a white flag and a list of demands. The ruling oligarchs of Japan were fearful of the colonialist impulses of the West and embarked upon an ambituous plan to modernize. Within a decade, the Meiji Restoration brought about sweeping changes to

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    Debate On Japan Debate

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    Steven Kwon Mr. Alschen IB History II The Japan Debate: A Critical Analysis The debate over Japan’s potential instigation of World War II raged on as intensely as the aggressive policies of Japan in question. Both teams engaged in total warfare, utilizing statistics, harsh interrogations through cross-examinations, and all other weapons available to them, in order to defend their grounds from attack. But while some arguments had proven to be successfully devastating, several others had been misused

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    Lust, Caution Short Story

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    short story set in Shanghai during World War II and was written by one of the most influential writers of China, Eileen Chang Ai-Ling. The story was written in 1950 but only published in 1979 together with two of her other works, after nearly 30 years of rewriting and reworking by the prolific writer. The story of Lust, Caution begins in China during the Japanese occupation in World War II, where a group of patriotic teenagers plot to assassinate a Japanese collaborator, Mr. Yee. They decide to use

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    War termination and the decision of when to negotiate peace are rarely effectively planned before a war. The Russo-Japanese War is one of a few historical exceptions. The Russo-Japanese War provides three enduring lessons about war termination in a conflict fought for limited aims. First, the most effective war termination plans are created before the war. Second, continued military and political pressure can effectively improve your position to negotiate peace. Third, common interests and compromise

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    massacre started with the bloody Japanese victory in Shanghai, during the Sino-Japanese war. Chiang-Kai Shek, the Japanese leader at the time, ordered the evacuation of all official Chinese troops and citizens presently residing in Nanking. A lot of people followed the orders and left, but many stayed, unaware of the bloodbath and slaughter that was approaching. On December 13, 1937, the first of the Japanese troops arrived, determined to destroy the city, “the Japanese looted and burned at least one-third

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    History and the notion of compensation are two key aspects in the study of Sino-Japanese relations. During the 1980s, the opening up by the People’s Republic of China’s government about war atrocities led a number of victims to seek reparations and apologies from Japan. Compensation cases were brought forward from the 1990s and broke the silence about what had ‘truly’ happened during the war. Moreover, the rapid spread of new information about the past prompted increased tensions between the two

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