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concession

political compromise

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prefecture

territory formerly owned by daimyos. taken away by gov't. lords became governors of these territories

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(a) compensate

"The daimyo, as mentioned, were COMPENSATED with government bonds."

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(a) equip

"The new army was well EQUIPPED with modern weapons."

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(a) succession

"The attack of the Japanese is a continuous SUCCESSION of waves, and they never relax their efforts by day or by night."

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(p) Matthew Perry

commodore. 1853: American warships arrive in Edo Bay under his lead. under military pressure, made Japanese sign Treaty of Kanagawa---return for shipwrecked Americans, opening of two ports to West, establishment of U.S. consulate in Japan

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(p) Millard Fillmore

U.S. president who asked for better treatment of shipwrecked sailors/Americans. want opening between foreign relations of U.S. and Japan

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(p) Mutsuhito

young emperor. his reign=Meiji (Enlightened Rule). era known as Meiji Restoration.

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(p) Ito Hirobumi

sent to travel to GB, France, Germany, and U.S. to study gov'ts.

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(pl) Edo Bay

(Tokyo Bay) Commodore Perry arrived here

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(pl) Kyoto

city. Sat-Cho armies attacked shogun's palace here in 1868. want emperor's power to be restored

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(pl) Edo

(Tokyo) capital moved here.

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(pl) Port Arthur

China and Japan fight over Korea. Japanese destroy Chinese fleet and seized this city. (1894)