This modern history lesson on the Increasing Japanese and US Tensions includes an overview of the intensions between the United States and Japan during the Interwar Period. A focus on US Foreign Policy, The New Order, the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity, the attack on Pearl Harbor, the international reaction and differing perspectives are covered in this lesson plan.
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