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Modern History. Conflict in the Pacific Past HSC & Trial HSC Questions. Trial HSC 2012. Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks) (a) To what extent was the Battle of the Coral Sea a major turning point in the course of the Pacific War ? 25 OR

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Modern history

Modern History

Conflict in the Pacific

Past HSC & Trial HSC Questions


Trial hsc 2012

Trial HSC 2012

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a) To what extent was the Battle of the Coral Sea a major turning point in the courseof the Pacific War? 25

OR

(b) Assess the impact of strategies used by Japan and the Allies in the Pacific in the period 1937–1951. 25


Trial hsc 2011

Trial HSC 2011

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a)To what extent was the United States justified in its use of the Atomic bomb? 25

OR

(b)Assess the impact of Japanese foreign policy on the growth of Pacific tensions in the period 1937-1941. 25


Hsc 2006

HSC 2006

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a)Account for the defeat of Japan in 1945 despite its dominant strategic position in 1942. 25

OR

(b)Evaluate the view that the aims of the Allied powers were achieved successfully in the Occupation of Japan in the period up to 1951. 25


Hsc 2012

HSC 2012

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a)Assess the role of US and British policies in the Pacific from 1937 to 1941 in the outbreak of the Pacific War. 25

OR

(b)The success of the Japanese advance to 1942 could not be maintained, and led to Japan’s defeat in 1945. How accurate is this statement? 25


Hsc 2010

HSC 2010

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a)To what extent was the Battle of Midway the most significant turning point in the Pacific War? 25

OR

(b)Assess the impact of the Pacific war on the home fronts of Japan and Australia. 25


Hsc 2008

HSC 2008

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a) Assess the impact of strategies used by the Japanese and the Allies in the Pacific in the period 1937–1951. 25

OR

(b) Evaluate the view that maintaining the status of the Emperor was responsible for the success of the Allied Occupation of Japan to 1951. 25


Hsc 2007

HSC 2007

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a) Evaluate the view that the Battle of the Coral Sea was the major turning point in the course of the Pacific War. 25

OR

(b) Assess the impact of the war on civilians in territories occupied by Japan in South-East Asia. 25


Hsc 2009

HSC 2009

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a) To what extent did Japanese nationalism lead to the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941? 25

OR

(b) Evaluate the view that the United States had no option but to use the atomic bomb in 1945. 25


Hsc 2011

HSC 2011

Question 23 – Option D: Conflict in the Pacific 1937 – 1951 (25 marks)

(a) To what extent was Japanese foreign policy from 1937 to 1941 responsible for the increasing tensions that eventually led to war? 25

OR

(b) How successful was the Allied Occupation of Japan in achieving its aims to 1951? 25


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