Japan 1947 the Allies proceeded to introduce a

 Japan has been through not one but 2 nuclear
bombings, after which most of its main cities, industries and transportation
networks were completely destroyed and by the end of August 1945 Japan had
surrendered unconditionally. Thus began the occupation and reconstruction of
Japan, which could be divided into three phases: the reformation and punishment
of Japan, the revival of the Japanese economy, and the creation of a formal
peace treaty and alliance.

Phase one
involved the most vital changes for Japan. War crime trials were held in Tokyo,
Meanwhile, the Japanese army had been disbanded and previous military officials
had been banned from pursuing political leadership roles. Furthermore, the SCAP
had made efforts to benefit the majority tenant farmers and reduce the power of
the rich landowners through land reformation. Then in 1947 the Allies proceeded
to introduce a new constitution to Japan’s leaders. One that downgraded the
emperor’s status, placed more power in the parliamentary system, promoted
greater rights and privileges for women, and renouncing Japans right to wage

Phase 2,
which was referred to as the “reverse course”, focused mainly on the economic
rehabilitation of Japan. Policies adopted ranged from tax reforms to measures
aimed at controlling inflation.

During phase
3, specifically in September of 1951, 52 nations met in San Francisco to
discuss the treaty and ultimately 49 of them signed it. The treaty allowed the
US to maintain its bases in Okinawa amongst other places in Japan, and in
return Japan was promised a bilateral security pact. Through several more years
of hard work Japan’s economy took off making it one of the worlds largest,
ranking highly in both exporting and importing worldwide. Also, education rates
it japan skyrocketed, hence revitalizing the skills and talents of the
workforce, as well as improving the standards of living of all Japanese