You will prepare and submit a term paper on Japan Preparation for World War II. Your paper should be a minimum of 2000 words in length.

You will prepare and submit a term paper on Japan Preparation for World War II. Your paper should be a minimum of 2000 words in length. Considering that Japan was the much smaller, weaker nation, Japan did&nbsp.a measurably better job than the United States in preparing to fight the&nbsp.Pacific War. &nbsp.Modern wars require a lot of resources both financial resources, human resources among many others. The Japanese government knew exactly the cost of engaging in war and hence it had been making adequate preparations there before. The country was heavily relying on imported oil back then with the USA, the country they would engage in war with, being their main supplier. The country did not own reliable oil reservoirs, a major factor that was making it focus too much on conquering other nations and making their own colonies. Rapid population growth and believe in racial superiority were also major elements that were pushing the country in conquering new colonies. As a result, the Japanese government started importing oil from other countries such as Mexico, Soviet Sakhalin, and DEI during the peaceful period and would store it for future use (during the war).Another clear aspect that shows Japan’s preparation for the war in terms of resources is the country’s expansion activities to Korea and Manchuria commonly referred to as Munchak. This enabled the country to acquire more resources that sustained them during the war. The country’s top leadership thought that they would have successfully conquered adequate empires in the resource-rich South Pacific particularly DEI, which had rich oil fields before the resources that they had acquired got finished. However, this was not the case even though their strategy was well set. Their move to expand in Korea was a prudent idea since it increased its oil production by over two million barrels. One million barrels were from Manchukuo and another one million from Famosa in Taiwan (McNaughton 48).Japan had also established a small synthetic petroleum industry that was also toping up its huge oil demand.&nbsp.

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