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Who commanded the fleet that arrived in japan with a letter from president fillmore?

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In 1853, who commanded the fleet that arrived in Japan with a letter from President Fillmore? Commodore Matthew Perry The first territory the United States acquired beyond the borders of its 48 contiguous states was Alaska When Perry returned to Japan in 1854, why did he bring more ships than he had in 1853? to convince the Japanese to negotiate

Why did the japanese government accept the letter perry ?

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How did commodore matter Perry win the Japanese emperors favor? honestly, he kind of didn't. it was really a "gun-boat diplomacy" type of situation. essentially he told the japanese to either engage in trade with the united states, or american forces (perry had fleets waiting in the japanese harbor) would attack.

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Why did the japanese government accept the letter perry ?

US President Millar Fillmore sent Commodore Matthew Perry in 1852 to Japan. The above was intended to break the "policy of isolation" that did not allow the Western world to trade to Japan. Fillmore was in command of four warships, including two steam frigates. The strong armament of the United States prevented the rejection of such proposal.

This Day in History… April 10, 1794 Mystic Stamp ? When Perry arrived in Tokyo Bay (then called Uraga Harbor), he demanded to be allowed to present President Fillmore’s letter. His requests were rejected, so Perry opened fire with the ships’ cannons on several buildings. The Japanese realized they could not match the firepower of the American ships and allowed Perry to come ashore.

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