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The Russo-Japanese War was a conflict between Japan and Russia for territorial dominance in Manchuria and __________. a. China b. Korea c. Mongolia d. Taiwan
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User: The Russo-Japanese War was a conflict between Japan and Russia for territorial dominance in Manchuria and __________. a. China b. Korea c. Mongolia d. Taiwan

Weegy: The Russo-Japanese War was a conflict between Japan and Russia for territorial dominance in Manchuria and KOREA.




User: The brought about the end of the Russo-Japanese War.

Weegy: The Treaty of Portsmouth brought about the end of the Russo-Japanese War.
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User: Which of the following is true of the Treaty of Shimonoseki? a. It ended the Russo-Japanese War c. It allowed Russia to take control of the Korean government b. It granted Korea independence d. It granted Russia permission to attach Japan in Manchuria

Weegy: b. It granted Korea independence is true of the Treaty of Shimonoseki. [smile]
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User: In 1905, the Treaty of Portsmouth was signed by Japan and __________. a. Korea c. Russia b. Manchuria d. Taiwan

Weegy: In 1905, the Treaty of Portsmouth was signed by Japan and c. Russia.
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User: Japan’s military leaders blamed for Japan’s economic troubles.

Weegy: Japan's military leaders blamed westernization for Japan's economic troubles.
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User: The Treaty of Portsmouth brought about the end of _______________. a. the Russo-Japanese War c. Communism b. militarism in Japan d. westernization in Japan

Weegy: The Treaty of Portsmouth brought about the end of The Russo-Japanese War.




User: Japan showed its trust in the U.S. by asking President Roosevelt to help negotiate an end to the a. World War. c. Russo-Japanese War. b. Franco-Prussian War. d. Japanese-Korean War.

Weegy: Japan showed its trust in the U.S. by asking President Roosevelt to help negotiate an end to the c. Russo-Japanese War
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User: Military leaders felt that Westernization made Japan a. weak. c. global. b. healthy. d. modern.

Weegy: it's letter, d. modern.
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User: As democracy became a popular idea in Japan, workers began to a. isolate. c. propagate. b. unionize. d. commute.

Weegy: As democracy became a popular idea in Japan, workers began to unionize.



User: Modernized Japan included all of the following EXCEPT a. the rise of worker unions. c. shift from country to city. b. Western ideas and culture. d. the rise of communism.

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Modernized Japan included all of the following EXCEPT the rise of communism.
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