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- Japanese expansion before World War Two : Add brief definition or description
- World War Two in the Pacific : The part of World War II (1937-45) fought in Asia and the Pacific Ocean between Japan and the U.S., China, Britain, Australia, and other Allies.
- Japanese party government before World War Two : In 1874, during Meiji Restoration, Japan created political parties, the first party government taking office in 1900; the parties had similarities to but important differences with parliamentary parties in the West; the last prewar parties dissolved themselves in 1940
- Chang Tso-Lin : Add brief definition or description
- Chosu Clan : One of the two major Japanese clans, the other being the Satsuma Clan, traditionally a warrior stronghold and that gave only qualified loyalty in the Tokugawa Shogunate, dominated the military reformation under the Meiji Restoration, but became a minority faction in the military politics of the 1930s and 1930s
- Tanaka Memorial : Add brief definition or description
- Russo-Japanese War : Fought between 1904 and 1905 between Russia and Japan increasing their influence in East Asia, the war resulted in a decisive victory for Japan; culturally significant as the first defeat of an European power by an Asian one; arguably a continuation of Japanese expansion in the First Sino-Japanese War
- First Sino-Japanese War : Fought over control of Korea by Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Restoration Japan (1894-1895); Japan gained control of Korea
- Second Sino-Japanese War : The extension of border clashes between Japan's Kwangtung Army and China, into full-scale war, beginning in 1937 and merging into World War Two in the Pacific
- Siberian Intervention : After the Bolshevik Revolution and Russia's separate peace with Germany, the Western Allies and Japan sent troops to Siberia in August 1918, to support White Russian forces against the Bolshevik Red Army during the Russian Civil War; non-Japanese troops stayed until 1920 and Japan withdrew in 1920, although the event would remain an argument for the Japanese Strike-North Faction
- Teikoku Zaigo Gunjinkai : Add brief definition or description Imperial Military Reserve Association
- Seiyukai : The more conservative of the two Japanese political parties formed during the Meiji Restoration; core membership was the bureaucracy and the financial/manufacturing sector Constitutional Government Party
- Hirohito : The 124th and longest-reigning Emperor of Japan, 1926-89.
- Teiichi Suzuki : Imperial Japanese Army officer active in early militarized politics, then responsible for Japanese economic planning during WWII; served sentence as major war criminal
- Prime Minister of Japan : Head of government of Japan; not an immensely powerful executive, influenced by the monarchy prior to 1945, and subsequently by the complex coalitions of Japanese top-level decisionmaking
- Satsuma Clan : Centered on Kagoshima in the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, one of the two major clans that was in opposition to the Tokugawa Shogunate, and, after the Meiji Restoration, supplanted their rival Chosu Clan in the Imperial Japanese Army; they were always dominant in the Imperial Japanese Navy