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February 20, 2012

Japan withdraws from League of Nations Japanese Aggression

By Masahiro Michigami

Japanese society started to try creating new governing system like Europes one. They succeeded to make it, but still there were some problems in a constitution. In 1921, U.S. held Washington Congress that invited England, France, and Japan. Its purpose included stopping Japanese expanding in Asia. In this congress, they agreed on respecting Chinese borders. In 1931, Japanese military blew up Manchuria railroad and blamed China for its cause, then started military movements in Manchuria. Japanese cabinet opposed, but public opinion and the mass media were affected by war fever and supported it. Japanese government, Cabinet didn't control military affairs. So they couldnt stop this event and entire cabinet Tsuyoshi Inukai
He was a Japanese Prime who lived from 1855 to 1932. He worked as a leader of a movement to defend the Constitution and became a Japanese Minister in 1931, but he was killed by young naval ofcers when he was 72.

took responsibility and resigned. Next Prime Minister Tsuyoshi Inukai, tried to negotiate with Chinese directly, but he was assassinated. Then military occupied Manchuria and had Chinese Emperor making a declaration of Manchuria. U.S. didnt admit Japanese action and sent an investigating commission with Litton. English, as a leader by Chinese asking and Japanese suggestion. In 1933, League asked Japan to withdraw declaration of Manchuria based on commissions report, but Japan refused that and withdrew League of Nations. Gradually, Japan became to be isolated.

Sakichi Toyoda
He was a Japanese inventor who founded Toyota Industries Corp. He lived from 1867 to 1930. He left many legacies in Japanese textile industry and is called Japanese Thomas Edison. He died when he was 63 because of death that is unspecied.

POLITCSMONTHLY February 20, 2012

Crossword Puzzle Fascism

ACROSS 2 A program of governing reform that was began by Roosevelt 4 A country that faced serious in>lation 6 The book Hitler wrote while in jail 7 Militant political movement that emphasized loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader 12 A country that attacked Ethiopia 13 The peace pact to renounce war as an instrument of national policy 15 Dictator of German 20 Giving in to an aggressor to keep peace 22 A country that was invaded by Japan 24 Washington Congress was held in this place 25 German philosopher who in>luenced existentialists and Hitler twisted his philosophy 26 A meeting of Germany, France, Britain, and Italy in Munich that Mussolini proposed 28 President of U.S. who began the New Deal 29 The belief that political ties to other countries should be avoided 30 Chinas northeast province DOWN 1 A country that invaded China 3 One of Africas three independent nations that invaded by Italy 5 Germany, Italy, and Japan 8 German Empire 9 German brand of fascism 10 The drop of Value of the currency 11 The Ethiopian Emperor 14 International peace organization 16 Dictator of Italy 17 A long business slump 18 The treaty that Germany and the Allied powers signed was signed in this place 19 living space 21 The prime minister or president in certain countries 23 Japanese Emperor during the war period 27 Shares of ownership in a company

Hitler Takes Power in Germany The Rise of Nazism

By Masahiro Michigami

After the Great War, by treaty of Versailles, Germany owed heavy punishments. It damaged its economics and injured Germans mind. At the end of war, a man named Adolf Hitler joined a right-wing group, and then he became its leader and called it Nazi. Their believe was to overturn the Treaty of Versailles. In 1923, Nazi attempted to seize Munich, but it failed and Hitler was sent to jail. In jail, he wrote Mein Kamph whose points were Germans were master race and needed more lebensraum.

In 1924, after he leaving prison, he revived the Nazi Party. At rst time, Germans didnt admit Nazi because of their radical ideas and they didnt want war because it was just after the war. But soon later, German faced serious inations and Great Depression from U.S. Both brought serious damage to German and gradually Germans mind was changed and started to support them. In 1932, Nazi became the largest political group and Hitler became chancellor in 1923. He arrested and murdered hundreds of his enemy and Germans were shocked

and felt fear of total obedience. In 1933, the Nazis passed laws depriving Jews of most of their rights and withdrew from League of Nations. He also took command of economy and the number of unemployed dropped from about 6 million to 1.5 million in 1936.

POLITICSMONTHLY February 20, 2012

The Old House A big, gorgeous house

This political cartoon shows Japanese aggression. They didnt obey some treaties and pacts that they signed and promised, then destroyed them and didnt stop invading.
ABC Murders A detective ction by Agatha Christie

Masahiro Michigami

Iron You can ironing sitting down

New House Large Land, big house

Refrigerator Good quality, good price

New House Secondhand, cheap house

Vacuum Cleaner Keep clean your home

The Silent Hostess A curious cookery brochure

New Car Black, cool car

New Car Cool, colorful car

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"Home Appliances." 1930S APPLIANCES. Web. 28 Feb. 2012. <http://>. Sat, Tsugitaka, Seiji Kimura, and Mio Kishimoto. Shsetsu Sekaishi: Sekaishi B. Tky: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2011. Print. Ishii, Susumu, and Kazuo Kasahara. Shsetsu Nihonshi: Kaiteiban. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2011. Print.