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Japan: Feudalism through WWII (Grade 8)

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Japan: Feudalism through WWII

What are traditional colored robes called that the Japanese wear?

In the mid-nineteenth century, who had all the power in Japan?
  1. The Matrisse
  2. The Feudal System
  3. The President
  4. The Shogun
In Japan the                are the heads of noble families who controlled their own lands and warred with their neighbors.
  1. daimyo
  2. samurai
What is a samurai?
  1. Japanese warrior that served a Lord
  2. Japan's earliest religion
  3. A strict code of behavior
  4. A big, long sword
Japan's closed door policy lasted more than                 years.
  1. 100
  2. 200
  3. 300
  4. 31
His fleet pressured the Japanese into opening trade relations with the United States.
  1. Robert E. Lee
  2. Matthew Perry
  3. General MacArthur
  4. None of the above
What was the role of the Meiji Restoration in Japanese history?
  1. Strengthening of the power of the Tokugawa Shogunate
  2. Expansion of Chinese influence in Japanese society
  3. Reversal of traditional Japanese gender norms
  4. Launching of Japan on a course of modernization and westernization
  5. Reconstruction of Japan after the devastation of the Second World War
The Russo-Japanese War of 1904 was fought over
  1. China and Japan
  2. Mongolia and the Meiji
  3. Korea and Manchuria
  4. port rights in Hong Kong
German, Italy, and Japan formed the                 during WWII.
  1. Allies
  2. Axis powers
  3. Central powers
What was the name of the Emperor of Japan that ordered the attack on Pearl Harbor?
  1. Harry Truman
  2. Stalin
  3. Hirohito
  4. Rosie the Riviter
Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?
  1. The U.S. conquered Pearl Harbor from them.
  2. In hopes of destroying/neutralizing the American fleet.
  3. Pearl Harbor was where the president of the United States was stationed at.
  4. None of the above are correct.
Describe Japan's strategy in the Pacific during World War II?

City located in Japan where the U. S. dropped the second atomic bomb during WWII.
  1. Hiroshima
  2. Nagasaki
  3. Normandy
  4. Iwo Jima
What conference declared unconditional surrender of Japan?
  1. Potsdam
  2. Yalta
  3. Tehran
  4. Casablanca
After losing World War II, which of the following economic activities did Japan primarily focus on?
  1. Agriculture
  2. Manufacturing (heavy industry, technology)
  3. Production of small consumer goods

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