Japanese Actions Resulting To Second World War
|Topics:||💣 World War 2, Freedom, Freedom of Speech, Humanism, Japanese Culture|
The Second Sino-Japanese War was a military conflict fought primarily between the Republic of China and the Empire Japan from 1937 to 1945. This was a battle staged by the Japanese troops against those of China due to various disagreements, Japanese was sorting some access to raw materials and food from China and on the other hand China was trying its best to expand its territories. This resulted to Nanking Massacre that entailed mass killing and mass raping of the Chinese. Japanese troops captured Nanjing which was then the capital city of China and within six weeks they had killed large fractions of the population of Chinese. China fought Japan with economic support from Germany, Soviet group and United States. This war later resulted to the world war ll where Japan surrendered in 1945 after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki also the Soviet invasion.
The future world’s anticipation is actually based on four human freedoms; the freedom of speech and expression, the freedom of worship of God in one’s own way, the freedom of satisfying human want this dealt with economic understanding of human welfare and freedom from fear, the world need to face its own realities and deal with issues without fear of what might actually happen (Franklin D. Roosevelt’s).United States Supreme Court drove Japanese Americans into intern camps during world war ll because they thought of them being spies and sending signals to enemy submarines. Racism also featured to be cause of world war ll. United States later came to be trusted by Japan thus leading to its superiority and economic development.
- Franklin, D. (2003). The Champion of freedom; Conrad Black. Public affairs. Amazon.
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