USA - JAPAN: FROM OCCUPATION TO A PEACE TREATY
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USA - JAPAN: FROM OCCUPATION TO A PEACE TREATY
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96-108
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During the U.S. occupation, the American attitude towords the Japanese as to the enemies began to change. Everything started to return to the pattern "the lecture and the students", relationships which prevailed in the period after "the opening of Japan" in the middle of the XIX century. The question of a peace treaty with Japan was raised long before the end of the occupation, and the view the country's future was transforming together with the situation in the world. The initial projects of the Japan future, developed primarily by the U.S. Department of State, were even marked by some idyllic notes, and quite responded to the spirit of the Potsdam Agreement. The draft of the peace treaty with Japan was prepared by the Department of State in March 1947.
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U.S. – Japanese Peace Treaty, general Douglas MacArthur, the Potsdam Agreement, Okinawa, John Foster Dulles, Dean Gooderham Acheson, Shigeru Yoshida
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09.11.2017
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