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The 1930s were a tumultuous time After World War I the Allied powersseemed determined to preserve peace but Germany and Japan held a sharedgoal of world domination In two memorandums about the plans of Germanyand Japan US officials make the position that the United States should takeplain mobilize and be ready for war but do not provoke it In other wordsSpeak softly but carry a big stick Although Germany and Japan had a fewsimilar goals and ideas they differed on other issues of subject peoples and racesBoth Germany and Japan had plans to rule the world They began theirconquests in the early- to mid-1930s Japan with Manchuria in 1931 and Germanywith the Rhineland in 1936 These occupations would eventually lead to WWII Germany and Japan also wanted to control trade and have a politicalinfluence in the countries that surrounded them For Germany it was a matter ofnational pride They wanted to show that Germany was still a great state aftertheir humiliating defeat in WWI The expansionists of Japan felt that Japansdestiny is to subjugate and rule the world There was no tinge of revenge to theThe main difference between Germany and Japan was that the Japanesemilitary had the power to defeat other countries without the permission of thegovernment The German government not only gave permission they persuadedthe German people to support their hunger for territory Germany was intensely xenophobic All peoples other than Aryans werepersecuted They intended to annihilate the Jews and breed out the Slavicpeople The memorandum concerning Japan does not give evidence ofxenophobia in Japan but neither does it imply that the Japanese wereGermany and Japan had many similarities in their foreign policies Thedifferences in their ideology before WWII were not very major because they stillhad one common goal world domination
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