CHRONOLOGY

1979 Second Oil Crisis delays response to the end of Manchuria II Allfinanz + Tax Policy Reform launch delayed to 1985
1973 First Oil Crisis Manchuria II Plan ends PM Tanaka's 'Remodelling Japan' infrastructure construction burden
1961 President Park 1917 - 1979 trained in Manchuria 1942 - 1944 launches the Korean version of Manchuria II Plan
1955 Economic recovery + export led growth via Manchuria II Plan under GATT termed an 'economic miracle'
1952 Kishi' Manchuria II Plan of co-ordinated post War recovery with minimum resort to forex loans via FILP funding
1945 USSR's overwhelming invasion of Manchuria decides a quick and clean surrender to the preferable US forces
1939 Manchuria I Plan launched Kishi returns to Japan as Vice Minister Ministry of Commerce then Minister in 1941
1937 Piecemeal expansion in Manchuria leads to Marco Polo Bridge Incident the disastrous invasion of China proper
1936 Nobusuke Kishi transfers to Manchuria and starts drafting a 'Manchuria I Plan' based on a German 1920s Model
1931 Manchurian Incident engineered near Shenyang to occupy Manchuria state of Manchukuo established in 1932
1919 Sir Halford Mackinder 1861 - 1947 publishes his 'Heartland Theory' book giving geopolitics value to Manchuria
1905 Railway concession in Manchuria leads to trade penetration weakly independent Korea occupied piecemeal

 

GLOSSARY

Manchuria North East China geopolitics gave value to an industrial base on the Eurasian continent cf Haushofer
Manchuria I Plan forced industrialisation on Germany + USSR Model Nobusuke Kishi drafted the Manchuria Five Year Plan 1939 - 1943 cf toseiha
Manchuria II Plan FILP programme for Japan's post War reconstruction FILP Budgets from 1953 funded infrastructure capex with minimal forex loans
keikaku keizai planned economy Kishi's Manchuria I + II Plans launched in Manchuria I 1939, launched in Japan II 1953 cf FILP, toseiha
Manchukuo Manchuria under Japanese occupation puppet state created in 1932 and Henry Puyi installed Emperor 1934 cf manshu
manshu Manchuria second post Edo economic plan first being Meiji cf geopolitics, Listianism
FILP Fiscal Investment and Loans Programme zaito FILP Budgets from 1953 expenditure without taxation cf Kishi, Manchuria II Plan
Kishi Nobusuke 1896 - 1987 pre War a toseiha bureaucrat post War a politician responsible for the Manchuria I + II Plans and the rightist Kishi Objectives
overloan lending exceeding funding obaron banking practice in the extreme form of virtually nil funding in Manchuria I Plan
Showa Era brilliant peace era name 1926 - 1989 nengo saw Manchuria I + II Plans of pre War expansion + post War recovery
toseiha Control Faction Manchuria I Plan group with long term industrial planning tendencies vs kodoha

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