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Sparrow  Photo 9   After-math  Word of the    Bataan Death March    spread quickly across America. Propaganda poster from ...
Sparrow  After-math  war. Many Australians thought the same as those who volunteered for the previous war     it was an ad...
Sparrow  Photo 10   After-math  Omori Prisoner of War Camp in Tokyo Bay, August 1945.  The Japanese viewed surrender as di...
Sparrow  After-math  Photo 11   Commodore Perry   s flag  upper left corner  was flown from Annapolis to Tokyo for display...
Sparrow  After-math  controlled through specified ports and bans were put in place for the exportation of the few minerals...
Sparrow  After-math  To consider the motives for the Kurofune, one must consider the wider context of imperialism in the F...
Sparrow  After-math  who signed the treaties, which materialized into a radical, xenophobic movement     the sonn   j  i  ...
Sparrow  After-math  himself, sailed into the strait and single-handedly engaged the US-built but poorly manned local flee...
Sparrow  After-math  decided to recognize the new government.30 This did not stop anti-foreign sentiment, which included t...
Sparrow  After-math  of personal punishment, would injure the reputation of the new government in the opinion of European ...
Sparrow  After-math  a living god, Emperor Meiji received Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, in Tokyo,    as his equal in point of...
Sparrow  After-math  massive migration to industrializing centres from the countryside. Industrialization also went hand i...
Sparrow  After-math  The British methods to win the Second Boer War demonstrated the lengths of total war. Total war wasn ...
Sparrow  After-math  believed that if they liked particular areas of land, they could capture the Native Americans, place ...
Sparrow  After-math  On 15 February 1898, the Maine sank in Havana Harbour after suffering a massive explosion, killing 26...
Sparrow  After-math  Filipino historian E. San Juan Jr. alleges that the death of 1.4 million Filipinos constitutes an act...
Sparrow  After-math    The town of Titatia  sic  was surrendered to us a few days ago, and two companies occupy the same. ...
Sparrow  After-math  Japan   s original fears were well founded. In 1887, the white elite forced a    Bayonet Constitution...
Sparrow  After-math  Asiatic threat represented by a golden Buddha. This illustration hung in all ships of the Hamburg Ame...
Sparrow  After-math  Japan gained more Chinese territory than every Western power combined. The victory established Japan ...
Sparrow  After-math  American media reaction, combined with the political threat to cancel renegotiation of the unequal tr...
Sparrow  After-math  Almost 500 foreign civilians and 400 foreign soldiers, together with 3,000 Chinese Christians, quickl...
Sparrow  After-math  auctions    in the most orderly manner,    and the Beitang was a    salesroom for stolen property.   ...
Sparrow  After-math    Should you encounter the enemy, he will be defeated  No quarter will be given  Prisoners will not b...
Sparrow  After-math  Knowing that Russian reinforcements were yet to arrive from the West, Japan acted swiftly. Suffering ...
Sparrow  After-math  Russia refused to make any concessions in the name of peace and took advantage of Japan   s apparent ...
Sparrow  After-math  The annexation of Korea was different to how the Japanese treated other colonies, such as Taiwan. In ...
Sparrow  Photo 23   After-math  The Second Japanese Diet Hall  1891-1925 , site of Asia   s first representative Parliamen...
Sparrow  After-math  The Japanese reached the pinnacle of their relationship with the West. After they conducted the first...
Sparrow  Photo 24   After-math     Emperor of Japan and his British and American well-wishers.    Russia cartoon from 1905...
Sparrow  After-math  Japan initially refused to send troops to Siberia. After the U.S. President Woodrow Wilson asked for ...
Sparrow  After-math  inclusion of a    racial equality clause    in the Covenant of the League of Nations. While Japan sou...
Sparrow  After-math  Japan benefited considerably from the cultural exchanges provided by the AngloJapanese Alliance. Acad...
Sparrow  After-math  It was the Commonwealth, not Britain, who wanted to sacrifice its alliance with Japan in favour of go...
Sparrow  After-math  Hirohito was an army and naval officer at age thirteen and a special institute     the T  g  gogakumo...
Sparrow  After-math  Unemployment in both the cities and the countryside skyrocketed and social agitation came to a head. ...
Sparrow  After-math  aftermath of the monks    beating. The upsurge of anti-Japanese and anti-imperialist protests in the ...
Sparrow  After-math  Japan could now enjoy the same freedom from the League of Nations as the United States. The problem w...
Sparrow  After-math  were assassinated. Other targets, including Prime Minister Okada Keisuke and Grand Chamberlain Admira...
Sparrow  After-math  Shortly after the directive was signed, however, the Kuomintang sensed that the Japanese aggression h...
Sparrow  After-math    There   s no solution except to break the power of Chiang Kai-shek by capturing Nanking. That is wh...
Sparrow  After-math  Nanking was the result of a breakdown in command. As witnessed by the attempted coup d     tats in To...
Sparrow  After-math were undefended, their menfolk powerless or absent. The war, still undeclared, had no clear-cut goal o...
Sparrow  After-math  As part of the United States effort to bypass the League of Nations, they convinced many countries in...
Sparrow  After-math  Japan remembered the rejection of the racial equality clause by the British. Together with subsequent...
Sparrow  After-math  Known to the Japanese as the Nomonhan Incident, the Japanese attacked Mongol cavalry grazing in the d...
Sparrow  After-math  self-interest. From the Japanese perspective, it was a radical measure to spite the United States    ...
Sparrow  After-math  With the Dutch on their side, the United States, Britain, and Australia tried to curb Japanese milita...
Sparrow  After-math  With backing from the Navy, the Emperor, and a reluctant Army, Kanoe pushed for one last attempt to a...
Sparrow  After-math  ahead of diplomacy and, standing in for the Emperor, asked if that was the case. The Navy Minister ma...
Sparrow  After-math  convinced that the United States and Japan could reach agreement. Grew, impressed with Kanoe   s sinc...
Sparrow  After-math but you do not have to worry so much.    Thus, gradually, he began to lean toward war. And the next ti...
Sparrow  After-math  Japan   s Eastern Plan required               Initial attacks on the US Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor...
Sparrow  Photo 36   After-math     Waiting for the Signal From Home.    Dr. Seuss joined the war effort.    Culture Clash ...
Sparrow  After-math  to action. In marketing, this is called the AIDA model     attention, interest, desire, and action. D...
Sparrow  After-math    Between two countries at war there was always a danger that one or other of the combatants would se...
Sparrow  After-math    Our country is now geared to an arms economy bred in an artificially induced psychosis of war hyste...
Sparrow  After-math     As a member of President Roosevelt   s administration, I saw the United States Army give way to ma...
Sparrow  After-math  charge of the    relocation    was a particularly nasty bigot. General John L. DeWitt, who said that ...
Sparrow  After-math  compensation to each surviving detainee. On 7 December 1991, President George H.W. Bush issued the fo...
Sparrow  After-math    There is a point when coincidence becomes a deliberate pattern.        Charlie McLachlan  Charlie M...
Sparrow  After-math  Charlie noticed a strange series of coincidences evolving relating to the Japanese treatment of priso...
Sparrow  After-math  Frontline Japanese didn   t need propaganda to generate fear of their enemy. The Australians and Amer...
Sparrow  After-math  The British invaded South Africa for its mineral wealth. The United States cleared Indians off their ...