4. Japan's foreign policy 1931 to 1945

IB History: 4. Japan's foreign policy 1931 to 1945

The years 1931 to 1937 saw Japan turn away from participating in international treaties and organisations, and instead become increasingly isolated as, led by the Japanese military, it pursued an aggressive policy in China to secure Manchuria. After 1938, international opposition to Japan"s actions grew after the government signed an agreement with fascist powers in Europe and moved to establish a Greater Asia Co-Prosperity...

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