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Study on the Japan’s Maritime Strategy and Overseas Expansion in Meiji Period

Author: ZouXiaoXing
Tutor: ChenXiuWu
School: Northeast Normal University
Course: World History
Keywords: Meiji government Maritime strategy Overseas expansion
CLC: K313.4
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


The subject in the previous strategic marine research foundation to explore Japan's Meiji era ( 1868-1912 ), maritime strategy and its practice . The Bakumatsu Haiphong thinking and the same period of resisting foreign aggression \And the establishment of the Meiji government is an important prerequisite and guarantee for its formation . The formation process of the maritime strategy of the Meiji era , has undergone two stages. The Meiji the early years of its initiation stage , produced the ideological theories such as the Navy revitalization , separation of land and sea , all provided the ideological basis for the generation of maritime strategy , impact on the trend of the future maritime strategy . The second stage is after 80 years of the 19th century , under the the strong soldiers Wells Fargo policy , maritime strategy increasingly perfected . Revitalization theory until the early 20th century , the Navy , the maritime interests line theory , and the sea ideological theory of succession established Meiji era maritime strategy basically formed . The Sino-Japanese War , the Russo-Japanese War , Japan 's Meiji era marine strategy practicing . Japan 's Meiji era maritime strategy , produced in a particular historical period , this strategy from the date of the initiation of contact with overseas expansion in together , and become the tool of Japanese overseas expansion . The performance of this expansion in the strong continental Complex and the increasing awareness of sea country . The practice of this strategy is not conducive to the stability and development in East Asia , accelerate the militarization of Japan . It once to make Japan into a powerful maritime nation , became the overlord of Japan , but this strategy lurks deep crisis . Learn from history, we should be wary of Japan 's maritime strategy in the new era of overseas expansion factors .

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