Why did Roosevelt mediate in the Russo-Japanese War?


Why did Roosevelt mediate in the Russo-Japanese War?

The Russo-Japanese War:

The Russo-Japanese War was contested between the Empire of Japan and the Russian Empire in the early 20th century. This war featured important battles such as the Battle of Tsushima and the Battle of Mukden, and ended in Japanese victory.

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U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt mediated in the Russo-Japanese War and received the Nobel Peace Prize efforts in ending the war between Russia and...

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Japanese Imperialism: Territorial Acquisitions & Wars


Chapter 21 / Lesson 6

The Empire of Japan was expanded through territorial acquisitions and wars during the early 20th century. Learn about the outcomes of the First Sino-Japanese War, the Russo-Japanese War, the Takeover of Korea, and how World War II led to the end of Imperial Japan.

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