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25 August, 14:41

How was Japan's colonization of Asia similar to Europe's colonization of Africa?

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  1. 25 August, 14:51
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    Both of them were considered imperialism

    Explanation:

    The Japanese imperialism was a matter of security and national pride. It became a goal for the Japanese because it brought resources for their needed industrialization, brought new land for the population that was overcrowded and opened markets for the Japanese goods.

    Japan was able to invade Korea, Taiwan, and Kwantung and spread its influence in Asia. Japan dominated the sale of many goods such as textile and became the main exporter and importer of goods in Asia.
  2. 25 August, 15:01
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    they both had something to do with imperialism
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