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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Soldiers occupying Nagata-cho and Akasaka area during the February 26 Incident.
  Prime Minister General Kuniaki Koiso
  Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
  The First Diet Hall

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  1 yen convertible silver note issued in 1885
  Emperor Shōwa, the 124th emperor of Japan.
  Battle of Singapore, February 1942. Victorious Japanese troops march through the city center. (Photo from Imperial War Museum)
  First Sino-Japanese War, major battles and troop movements

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Soldiers occupying Nagata-cho and Akasaka area during the February 26 Incident.
  Marquis Ōkuma Shigenobu was a statesman, an early advocate of Western science and culture, and founder of Waseda University.
  Bombardment during the Siege of Port Arthur
  Samurai members of the First Japanese Embassy to Europe (1862), around Shibata Sadataro, head of the mission staff (seated) and Fukuzawa Yukichi (to his right) sign of the opening of Japan and Meiji Restoration.

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  The Yamato running machinery trials off Bungo Strait (outside Sukumo Bay) on October 20, 1941.
  1912 Map of Tsingtao, prior to the Battle of Tsingtao.
  A Japanese propaganda poster for the Tripartite Pact: "Good friends in three countries"
  Bank run during the Shōwa financial crisis, March 1927.

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  USS Bunker Hill hit by two kamikazes in 30 seconds on May 11, 1945, off Kyūshū during the Battle of Okinawa.
  His Imperial Majesty Emperor Taishō, the 123rd emperor of Japan
  The Yamato running machinery trials off Bungo Strait (outside Sukumo Bay) on October 20, 1941.
  The First Diet Hall

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Marquis Ōkuma Shigenobu was a statesman, an early advocate of Western science and culture, and founder of Waseda University.
  Bombardment during the Siege of Port Arthur
  Samurai members of the First Japanese Embassy to Europe (1862), around Shibata Sadataro, head of the mission staff (seated) and Fukuzawa Yukichi (to his right) sign of the opening of Japan and Meiji Restoration.
  USS Bunker Hill hit by two kamikazes in 30 seconds on May 11, 1945, off Kyūshū during the Battle of Okinawa.

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  The First Diet Hall
  Kodama Gentarō
  Prime Minister General Kuniaki Koiso
  上諭—"The Emperor's words" parts of constitution

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Kodama Gentarō
  Battle of Singapore, February 1942. Victorious Japanese troops march through the city center. (Photo from Imperial War Museum)
  Fleet admiral marquis Tōgō Heihachirō.
  First Sino-Japanese War, major battles and troop movements

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Samurai members of the First Japanese Embassy to Europe (1862), around Shibata Sadataro, head of the mission staff (seated) and Fukuzawa Yukichi (to his right) sign of the opening of Japan and Meiji Restoration.
  USS Arizona burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941.
  Founding Ceremony of the Hakkō Ichiu Monument in 1940. It had Prince Chichibu's calligraphy of Hakkō ichiu, carved on its front side.[23]

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Samurai members of the First Japanese Embassy to Europe (1862), around Shibata Sadataro, head of the mission staff (seated) and Fukuzawa Yukichi (to his right) sign of the opening of Japan and Meiji Restoration.
  Greater East Asia Conference in November 1943, Participants Left to right: Prime Minister of Burma Ba Maw, Prime Minister of Manchukou Zhang Jinghui, President of China (Nanjing) Wang Jingwei, Prime Minister of Japan Hideki Tojo, Prince of Thailand Wan Waithayakon, President of Philippines José P. Laurel, President of Free India Subhas Chandra Bose
  1 yen convertible silver note issued in 1885
  1912 Map of Tsingtao, prior to the Battle of Tsingtao.
















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