Similarities And Differences Of Japan, China, And India Imperialism

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Countries throughout the centuries have changed the way they form and grow. The countries, China, Japan, and India grew and formed through Imperialism and Decolonization. As time moved forward the countries gained there own way through the changes. From centuries through history there are many times that show Imperialism and the changes that would grow and build each country. The topic of this paper is; compare and contrast the responses of Japan, China, and India to Western Imperialism. Japan, China and India; throughout the centuries have changed the way they lived with and grew with Imperialism. The countries have learned over time with comparison to other countries how to live with Imperialism. As time moved forward the countries gained growth and confidence in growing into Imperialism and decolonization. Through the centuries there has been similarities between the three countries but they turned out to form differently over time with the Western Imperialist responses.
World War II was a large factor in how decolonization came about. China, Japan, and India were all affected by war. “The decolonization of Western empires came about for many reasons. World War II had weakened Western imperialist control, especially in parts of Asia, where Japan had temporarily taken over” (Goff, 2008., p 295). Japan wanted to take over countries that had economies and resources that Japan did not. Korea was a country that had such resources and Japan did take it over for a…

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