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This paper discusses Japanese history; specifically Japanese history between the period of the Meiji restoration and the end of the Taisho period in 1927. The writer discusses that during these two historical periods Japan was heavily influenced by external forces adopted from the West which led to its rapid modernization and industrialization. The writer discusses that in those few short years Japan went from a pre-modern society still rooted in feudal structures to become a world power on a par with the great countries of the West.
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