Collapse Of The Japan Empire
Under Secretary General: Hazal Ulu
Academic Assistant: Ayşenur Aktaş
As a consequence of economic sanctions of the United States on Japan, the country faced severe shortages of oil and other natural resources and driven by the ambition to displace the United States as the dominant Pacific power. Pearl Harbour attack went down in history as the first extreme clash between Japan and the United States. After this unexpected attack, the United States declared war on December 8, 1941 and straighten its reputation with a naval victory called The Battle of Midway in 1942. The Japanese, however, successfully defended their positions on the Chinese mainland until 1945. Japan was continuing to disturb Americans with various invasions all over Asia. Americans must’ve got tired of all these battles, they did something no one expected: dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. They discontented with one, the second bomb dropped on Nagasaki three days later. While the Japanese were mourning after approximately 140.000 people, American forces began to occupy Japan, or is it more accurate to say what’s left from Japan? Now there is a country completely destroyed, economically and emotionally demolished. But they still have their dignity, the most important feature of humanity. Is it enough to start over from the scratch? Join the Cabinet to change the destiny of a nation and testify their rebirth!