Compare Japanese ad Germany Economic Development Between 1870 and 1914
• Japan was the only country in the Asian region, which not only become dependent on one of the world's greatest powers, meanwhile Germany had many of the neighboring country with a high level of development, which often surpassed Germany in development.
• Germany became dominant in the world's chemical industry in the late 19th century.
• Both countries were prone to agricultural production.
• Over time in Japan and Germany rail constructions were rapidly and successfully evolving.
• Over the time for both countries very important was steal production.
To sum up, Japans national weakness in basic raw materials slowed industrialization in the period between the first and second world wars therefore. Mainly Japan developed differently from the other great powers because Japan was supposedly closed to the outside world, and governed by their own economic development. Despite the country's internal political problems of the 19 century Japan over the time was capable to develop in the rest of the world’s level. In both countries, this period changed their look to the future, realizing that there is a big leap in the development of expectations, and the industrial revolution is a big step in the development of the country.
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