University of Michigan history of the modern world.
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The traditional Chinese system The traditional Japanese system The West reaches out The West strikes China is forced open China's decline sets in Japan opened to the world Japan accepts the new dispensation China inert and immovable The missionary movement The Chinese empire breaks off at the edges Japan resolves to modernize Constitutionalism, Japanese style The climax begins : Sino-Japanese war Cutting up the Chinese melon China recoils in desperation America asserts itself in the Pacific America enters the China conflict Russo-Japanese war China's belated conversion Revolution in China : the republic Japan takes the road to empire Japanese constitutionalism as a facade Fiasco of the Chinese republic World War I : Japan becomes aggressive Aftermath of World War I Nationalism rises in China Russia enters again Russia's part in the Chinese Nationalist movement Revolution begins in China The Nationalists take the offensive : fighting begins 1927-28 : years of crisis The passing of the old order in China New spirit in Japan Reaction in Japan : back to expansion Japan consolidates its conquests Jingoism and terrorism in Japan Desperation and division in China Japan invades Pearl Harbor Dark days after Pearl Harbor American offensive : victory China : victorious and still divided The war's aftermath in southeast Asia Civil war in China Occupation of Japan The Korean War American policy toward Communist China Communization of China War in Indo-China.
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