... 1918, U.S. President Wilson asked Japan to assist in this effort. The intervention was seen as a
way to protect the Allied nations’ interests in countering communism in Russia. For its part,
Japan sought a sphere of influence in Russian Siberia, which the United States opposed.
However, this collabo ...
US Immigration Patterns, as of 1900
... arrived in the United States. Before 1890, most immigrants came from countries
in western and northern Europe. Beginning in the 1890s, however, increasing
numbers came from southern and eastern Europe. In 1907 alone, about a million
people arrived from Italy, Austria-Hungary, and Russia.
Why did so ...
7.1 Overview Essay
... USHC-7.1 Objective: Analyze the decision of the United States to enter World War II,
including the nation's movement from a policy of isolationism to international involvement and
the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Assignment: Define, explain or otherwise identify the terms in bold. Create a timel ...
Anti-Japanese sentiment involves hatred, grievance, distrust, dehumanization, intimidation, fear, hostility and/or general dislike of the Japanese people and Japanese diaspora as an ethnic or national group; Japan; Japanese culture; and/or anything Japanese. Sometimes the terms Japanophobia, Nipponophobia and anti-Japanism are also used. Its opposite is Japanophilia.