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Japan's Economic Recovery After WWII
An examination of the background, cultural aspects, impact of war, government policy, U.S. occupation, stabilization and autonomy, trade and the Korean War.
# 21092 | 2,250 words | 5 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Feb 23, 2003 in History (Asian)


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"At the end of World War II, the Japanese economy had been devastated. The economic infrastructure of the country was destroyed; the government was discredited and under the control of foreign military leaders; and two cities had been reduced completely to rubble by the atomic bomb, Japan being the only nation ever to face the consequences of a nuclear attack. Today, Japan is one of the leading industrialized nations in the world, and in high-technology it is probably the leading country in the international marketplace. The foundation for the Japanese economic miracle was laid in the period after World War II when there was a transition of power from the Allied troops and military commanders who ruled the country as an occupation force until convinced that Japan had a viable government committed to democratic principles and prepared to work to create a strong..."

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