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Hideki Tojo
Brief Summary of Tojo's Life Before his Rise
Beliefs and Values
How Tojo came to power?
Positive and Negative Impacts of Hideki Tojo's Rule
Long Term Effects
Hideki Tojo was born in Tokyo on Dec 30, 1884.
bibliography links
Severe Shortage of food
Wanted a career in military so he graduated from the Japanese military academy in 1905.
Large cities are harshly damaged

Positive Impacts
Negative Impacts
- captured Manchuria allowing access to mineral and ore
- authorized the attack on Pearl Harbor
- responsible for the death of 11 million Chinese people
- allowing inhumane treatment of P.O.W.
Transportation networks and industries were also damaged
Emperor lost all power (military & political)
Japan was not allowed to lead an army or a war ever again
Japan also lost all the territory they obtained
Oil crisis in 1973
Bibliography: "Japanese History: Postwar." Japanese History: Postwar. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 July 2013.
- took over Inner Mongolia after two blitzkrieg brigades
Tojo married the daughter of a minor Japanese politician in 1909 and supposedly had 7 kids over the course of his life.
Eldest child and his father was a lieutenant general.
Joined Military like his father
became head of military police in the japanese army while serving in Manchuria
was promoted to Chief of Staff of the kwantung army
1938 became vice-minister of war but turned it down
became Inspector General of Army Aviation and Director of the Air Service Head Office
took place as Minister of War
became Prime Minister after konoye resigned also kept position as Minister of War

Described as a spoiled brat, but very determined.
Bibliography links
Americans were thought of as corrupted and lazy compared to the workforce of Japan
Tojo believed that Japan should take money from the Asian economics
He held extreme right-wing political views (He believed in militarism, fascism and nationalism)
He believed in the Nazi's views
The emperor, Hirohito, believed that Tojo had lost control of events
He also believed that Japans military strength must be firm in the industrial economy
A Quote by Hideki Tojo
Graduated from the Army Staff College in 1915 and went to study in Germany.
Japan thought the distribution of natural resources was unfair
Japan also so had an over population problem, taking over parts of China helped this issue
Why People of Japan were drawn to Tojo's leadership?
It is natural that I should bear entire responsibility for the war in general and, needless to say, I am prepared to do so.
- Hideki Tojo
Bibliography: "Trial - Hideki Tojo: Prime Minister Responsible for the Attack on Pearl Harbor." Hideki Tojo: Prime Minister Responsible for the Attack on Pearl Harbor. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 July 2013.

believed that all nations of the world should find their places
"Throughout that period, Japan had made honest efforts to keep the destruction of war from spreading and, based on the belief that all nations of the world should find their places, had followed a policy designed to restore an expeditious peace between Japan and China."
-Hideki Tojo
A Quote by Hideki Tojo
"I would point out that the cultural advance of these people has been suppressed in the past and continues to be suppressed in the present by policies designed to keep them in ignorance."
-Hideki Tojo
During this period, Japan's peaceful commercial relations were successively obstructed, primarily by the American rupture of commercial relations and this was a grave threat to the survival of Japan.
A quote by Hideki Tojo
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