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  • ...of the two main [[Japanese party government before World War Two|political parties]], considered relatively more liberal than [[Seiyukai]] in that it stress
    222 B (29 words) - 23:13, 13 September 2010
  • ...ecially as [[Japanese party government before World War Two|Japanese party government]] declined.
    314 B (42 words) - 13:06, 27 December 2012
  • ...c, neither was especially liberal. Seiyukai's core strength came from the government and from the financial sector. Its policies were focused on restoring s ...s. In the case of Seiyukai, it was aimed at reducing ''hanbatsu'' (clique) governments. and replacing them with cabinets based on party.<ref>{{citation
    877 B (124 words) - 17:49, 13 September 2010
  • {{r|Japanese expansion before World War Two}} {{r|World War Two in the Pacific}}
    643 B (86 words) - 16:04, 27 August 2010
  • ...parties]] before [[World War Two in the Pacific]], and the dissolution of parties in 1940. There are various translations of the name; '''Constitutional Pa
    1,016 B (139 words) - 23:28, 13 September 2010
  • ...house of the Diet, or from a [[coalition government|coalition]] of various parties. The upper chamber is known as the [[House of Councillors]]. ...ion]], but [[Japanese party government before World War Two]] was limited; parties were dissolved in 1940.
    1 KB (173 words) - 15:52, 28 March 2016
  • {{r|Government of Japan}} {{r|Japanese party government before World War Two}}
    909 B (118 words) - 13:19, 27 December 2012
  • ...rs]]; the latter may veto most proposed legislation, unless supported by a two-thirds majority in the lower house. The House of Representatives is dissolv | url = http://www.japan-101.com/government/national_diet__japan_government.htm
    2 KB (266 words) - 13:31, 27 December 2012
  • {{r|Government}} {{r|Japanese party government before World War Two}}
    990 B (126 words) - 13:05, 27 December 2012
  • ...eace Conference]], [[Prince Saionji]] being the formal representative, and Japanese Ambassador to the [[League of Nations]]. ...sed Hirohito to end [[Japanese party government before World War Two|party government]].
    2 KB (276 words) - 22:39, 5 September 2010
  • ...t]]. Cabinets had varied in having military or party leadership. The last parties dissolved themselves in 1940. | title = Modern Japan in Archives: Initial Steps toward a Constitutional State }}</ref>
    4 KB (530 words) - 23:24, 13 September 2010
  • {{r|Bipartisan}} {{r|Nonpartisan}}
    1 KB (162 words) - 00:29, 2 October 2010
  • ...ning in 1868, the '''Meiji Restoration''' was the major change in Japanese governance coming from the end of the [[Tokugawa Shogunate]] not only restoration ...state created ended in 1945 with the [[surrender of Japan]] in [[World War Two in the Pacific]], although Hirohito's son, [[Akihito]], is now a symbolic h
    7 KB (1,074 words) - 17:23, 22 April 2011
  • ...loped into an industrialised middle power that plays an active role on the world stage. ...n this article, including the subsections, comes from SBS. 1995. ''The SBS World Guide''. 4th edn. Melbourne: Reed Reference.</ref> However, a skeleton foun
    20 KB (2,957 words) - 05:04, 5 October 2013
  • Perhaps the most serious coup attempt of Japan, before [[World War Two in the Pacific]], was the '''February 26, 1936 Incident''', a classic inci | contribution = Chapter 4, Challenge to Constitutional government &mdash; The rise of the military: 4-7 The 2.26 Incident of 1936
    20 KB (3,122 words) - 00:50, 8 April 2014
  • ...mpire of Japan]], were made to begin large-scale operations of [[World War Two in the Pacific]] in December 1941, primarily in 1941 but some in 1940. Thes ...ely completely rational. In a 2009 paper, Jeffrey Record, of the U.S. Air War College, observes a number of points that led to Japan's decision, and are
    20 KB (3,117 words) - 00:53, 11 October 2013
  • ...ss against the Allies, especially with the Merchant Code and, early in the war, reading American attaché traffic. Japan was the least effective of the ma ...ing interest in Soviet espionage communications, which continued after the war.
    23 KB (3,454 words) - 00:22, 14 September 2010
  • {{main|World War II, air war}} {{seealso|World War II, air war, Allied offensive counter-air campaign}}
    31 KB (4,759 words) - 09:41, 12 November 2013
  • ...ns for the [[Indochina and the Second World War|events of the Second World War]]. There are numerous subarticles, not always chronological such as [[Vietn ...French colonization (beginning in 1858), and several, savage 20th-century wars.
    64 KB (9,875 words) - 00:47, 18 November 2012
  • ...1912 and 1928, Fokker emerged as the largest aircraft manufacturer in the world with factories in Europe and America. However, Fokker lost ground when [[Bo ===World War 1===
    37 KB (5,590 words) - 10:41, 17 October 2013

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