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1. Case study 1: Japanese expansionism in East Asia ; 1.1 The origins of nationalism and militarism in Japan ; 1.2 The actions of Japan, 1931-1941 ; 1.3 How did the international community respond to Japan's actions? ; 2. Case study 2: Germany and Italian expansion ; 2.1 The origin of Fascism in Italy and its impact on foreign policy ; 2.2 The origins of Nazism in Germany and its impact of foreign policy ; 2.3 Italian expansion, 1933-1940 ; 2.4 German expansion, 1938-1940 ; 2.5 International responses to Italian aggression, 1935-1940 ; 2.6 The international response to German aggression, 1933-1940 ; 3. Internal Assessment ; 4. Your Guide to Paper 1: The Move to Global War