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    dynasty began in 1644 when the Manchu people took over China and began their reign. It was not the greatest dynasty, nor the longest, but during its regime the people of China were changed forever, and it would be the last of the dynastic empires to rule. The people of China were exposed to the Western world through trade and conflicts like the Opium Wars. The influences that resulted from these exposures, as well as aspects of traditional Chinese Culture led to the modern Chinese government to…

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    Post Mao China Case Study

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    No one foresaw the radical changes that would be made in post-Mao China under the rule of Deng Xiaoping. The once removed CPC official took his position as Supreme Leader of China at the age of 77. However the changes that were seen in his next 20 years of office would be more radical than any leader of China before him. Deng was a follower of his predecessor and mentor Zhou Enlai, and with his coming of office announced that China was adapting the Four Modernizations – agriculture, industry,…

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    roles of Japanese women have changed dramatically in history and are similar to what was expected of females in America and English societies of that time. The common western ideas of Japanese women are obedient, shy, and have no ideas of their own. This is an issue because it shows gender discrimination on men who expect these gender roles in today’s society for all women. Most of the gender roles expected by women can be traced back to a certain religion of that country. Like China and Korea,…

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    Hitler's War Analysis

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    each other throughout the war. As tensions rose in Europe with the rise of fascism and Nazism, tensions between Japan and the West had been growing from before WWI. Japan colonized many Chinese territories, and continued to expand its empire into Korea, the Pacific, and Southeast Asia. After WWI, the League of Nations mandated many colonies taken from Germany to Japan, in an effort to placate Japan in an era of growing racism and discrimination. However, the Washington Treaty restricted the…

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    The World War I had many negative effects on the world including the World War II, the birth of atomic bombs, and the Cold War. One positive effect though was the advancement in the field of space exploration. World War I, the first man-made catastrophe of the twentieth century, lasted four years, from July 28, 1914, to November 11, 1918. The war had two sides; the Central Powers and the Allied Powers. The Central Powers included Austria-Hungary, Germany, and the Ottoman Empire, while the Allied…

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    The Rape of Nanking History states that Japan and China have been at war for decades. Throughout the years, the acts of violence have been gradually increasing. In 1937, the Japanese began a war that left more than 300,000 Chinese men, women, and children dead. The atrocities committed were just the beginning to a year of genocide. The Rape of Nanking will go down in history as one of the most brutal acts of bloodshed throughout all of China. During the nineteenth century, a war was fought…

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    17). The Meiji Era, also known as the Meiji Restoration, was a political revolution that ended the Tokugawa Era. Japan went from military governance to direct imperial rule. During the Meiji Era, there were major political, economic, and social change throughout the country, which brought the emergence of modernization and…

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    country when looking at global health. If an organization wants to work within that country they need understand the context from which that country operates under. This is especially true in countries like Myanmar who has lived under foreign rule that has not be favorable for the people. This is highlighted when Larkin explains how the Japanese liberated the region from Britain, but later destroyed the country agriculturally. Therefore if a foreign intervention needs to occur within a country…

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    In late 1939, Albert Einstein and Leo Szilard, two world-renowned physicists, brought to light a new technology that could change the act of war: nuclear fission. Scientists now had the ability to split an atom’s nucleus and trigger an extremely destructive explosion. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, hesitant at first, agreed to the creation of The Manhattan Project with the goal of harnessing the newly found power source and developing a nuclear weapon. The United States had finally entered…

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    1) Describe the rule of Czars Alexander III and Nicholas II and the effect on Russian society. Be specific. The rules of Czar Alexander III and Nicholas II were cruel, oppressive, and completely autocratic. Czar Alexander III saw anyone that questioned his authority, spoke a language other than Russian, or did not worship the Russian Orthodox Church to be threat. He also forced stern censorship rules on written and/or published documents. He sent spies into schools and universities. The only…

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