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Efnisyfirlit

  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Themes and exam tips
  • Case study 1: Japanese expansion in East Asia, 1931–41
    • Chapter 1: Causes of expansion, 1868–1930
      • 1.1: The impact of Japanese nationalism and militarism on foreign policy
        • Commodore Perry and the ‘black ships’
        • The Meiji Restoration – a period of social and political change
        • First stages of imperialism
        • The Taisho era: World War I and its immediate aftermath
      • 1.2: Japanese domestic issues and their impact on foreign relations
        • Political developments – from Taisho democracy to militarism
        • Social and cultural change in the 1920s
        • Economic challenges – industry and agriculture
        • The growth of ultra-nationalism and its threat to democracy
        • The Showa era
      • 1.3: Political instability in China
        • China and Japan, 1911–22
        • The Guomindang and the Northern Expedition
      • A review of Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2: Japanese expansion and foreign policy, 1931–38
      • 2.1: The Japanese occupation of Manchuria and northern China, 1931
        • The Manchurian Incident
        • The creation of Manchukuo
      • 2.2: The response in Japan and China to the Manchurian Incident
        • Japan – a political response
        • Japan – a popular response
        • China’s response to the Manchurian Incident
        • The Shanghai Incident
      • 2.3: The international response to the Manchurian Incident
        • The League of Nations and the Lytton Commission
        • Soviet Union’s response to events in the East
        • A move to global war?
        • The Second United Front
        • Political tensions within Japan
        • The Anti-Comintern Pact, 1936
      • 2.4: The Sino-Japanese War, 1937–41
        • The Marco Polo Bridge Incident, 1937
        • The Battle for Shanghai, August–October 1937
        • The fall of Nanjing, December 1937
      • A review of Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3: The road to war, 1937–41
      • 3.1: The impact of the Sino-Japanese War
        • A New Order in East Asia
      • 3.2: Japan’s relations with Europe, 1938–39
        • Japan and the Axis powers
        • The outbreak of war in Europe and its impact on Japan
      • 3.3: Japan’s relations with the United States and Britain
        • The Tianjin (Tientsin) Incident
      • 3.4: The signing of the Tripartite Pact
        • The border conflict between Japan and the Soviet Union
      • 3.5: An overview of US foreign policy after 1936
        • The Quarantine Speech
        • The end of American isolationism
      • 3.6: Final stages of the move to global war
        • Operation Barbarossa, June 1941
        • The emergence of the ABCD Bloc
        • Indochina and the US embargo on oil, 1941
        • The failure of diplomacy
        • The descent into war
      • 3.7: Historiography – different interpretations of the outbreak of war
      • A review of Chapter 3
  • Case study 2: German and Italian expansion, 1933–40
    • Chapter 4: Italian expansion and its consequences
      • 4.1: Causes of expansion
        • Impact of Mussolini’s Fascism on Italy’s foreign policy
        • Impact of domestic economic issues on Italy’s foreign policy up to 1929
      • 4.2: Italian expansion and international response
        • Italian foreign policy between 1922 and 1933
        • Italian foreign policy in the 1930s
        • The rise of Hitler in Germany
        • Italian expansion in Abyssinia, 1935–36
        • Changing diplomatic alliances
        • The invasion of Albania, 1939
      • A review of Chapter 4
    • Chapter 5: German expansion and its consequences
      • 5.1: Causes of German expansion, 1933–37
        • Historical background
        • Germany’s grievances related to the Treaty of Versailles
        • The Weimar Republic and the rise of Hitler
        • Impact of Nazism on Germany’s foreign policy
        • What did Nazism propose in foreign policy?
        • What were Hitler’s aims?
        • How did Hitler plan to achieve these aims?
        • Impact of domestic issues on Germany’s foreign policy
      • 5.2: German challenges and international response, 1933–37
        • The League of Nations and the World Disarmament Conference
        • International response and early changing diplomatic alliances
        • German rearmament and international response
        • Anglo-German Naval Agreement
        • The remilitarization of the Rhineland
        • Changing diplomatic alignments in Europe – Mussolini and Hitler
        • 1937 – A year of awareness?
      • A review of Chapter 5
    • Chapter 6: International responses to Italy and Germany, 1938–40
      • 6.1: Moving closer to war
        • The Anschluss
        • The Sudeten crisis
        • The May crisis
        • The Munich Conference
        • The Polish crisis and the outbreak of war
        • German–Italian relations and the outbreak of war
        • The Nazi-Soviet Pact
      • 6.2: International response between September 1939 and May 1940
        • The response of the United States
        • War in Europe, September 1939 to May 1940
        • The Fall of France
        • Italy’s entry into the war
        • The Battle of Britain
      • 6.3: Historiography – different interpretations of the outbreak of war
      • A review of Chapter 6
    • Chaper 7: Theory of Knowledge
  • Further Reading
    • Case Study 1
    • Case Study 2
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Back Cover

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