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... death eventually brought a more reformist - minded group to power within the
shogunate . In 1866 Keiki was named shogun , presiding over the demise of the
shogunate in 1868 , when the Meiji Restoration restored power to the emperor .
... Tokugawa family , which had ruled in the name of the emperor since 1603 ,
and restored direct imperial rule to Japan . ... struggles that led to the overthrow of
the Tokugawa shogunate ( military dictatorship ) and the Meiji restoration of 1868
All of them developed after the Meiji Restoration ( 1868 ) . The zaibatsu had
grown large before 1900 , but their most rapid growth occurred in the 20th
century , particularly during World War I , when Japan's limited engagement gave
it great ...
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