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Japanese Colonization

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Japanese Colonization
1914- Sino-Japanese War (Russian-Japanese War)
1931 War with Manchuria and China
Japan invaded South Korea
Masatake Terauchi
Axis Powers
United States of America
South Korea
Pearl Harbor Bombing
1939 Germany invaded Poland
Japanese Occupation
Dec. 10
Dec. 8
Dec. 12
Dec. 20
Dec. 22
Lingayen Pangasinan
Atimonan Quezon
Commonwealth on Bataan
Dec. 26
Manila was declared "Open City"
Factors that led to the Japanese Occupation
Dec. 30, 1941 Inauguration in Malinta Tunnel
Pres. Manuel L. Roxas & Vice Pres. Sergio Osmeña
Pearl Harbor Bombing
Bombing in Baguio, Pampanga & Nichols Field
Landing in Aparri & Vigan
Bombers attacked Legazpi, Albay
Attack in Davao and Jolo, Sulu
Gen. Douglas MacAthur
Feb. 20, 1942 Commonwealth Govt. fled to Australia
March 11, 1942 escaped to Australia
March 17, 1942 reached Australia
"I shall return."
Gen. Jonathan Wainwright
Replaced MacArthur on USSAFE (US Armed Forces in the Far East)
"Fall of Corregidor"
May 6, 1942 surrendered 2,000 of his soldiers
April 9, 1942 Fall of Bataan
Japanese System of Government
Japanese Military Administration (JMA)
Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere
Jan. 23, 1942 Philippine Executive Commission
Dec. 30, 1942 Kapisanan sa Paglilingkod sa Bagong Pilipinas (KALIBAPI)
Puppet Government
Supervised the political social, economic and cultural affairs of the Philippines
Prince Chichibu Yushito
Declared Martial Law
aimed to unite Asian countries
freedom for the culture
Jorge Vargas and 6 other Filipinos composed the cabinet
arm of the Japanese
Preparatory Commission for Philippine Independence (PCPI)
Ratification of the 1943 Philippine Constitution
Jose P. Laurel
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