Mukden incident

September 18, 1931 Japan stages the Mukden Incident as a pretext to occupy Manchuria Japanese troops entering Shenyang during Mukden Incident

Japanese History - The Mukden Incident, also known as the Manchurian Incident, was a staged event engineered by Japanese military personnel as a pretext for invading the northern part of China, known as Manchuria, in

1930's Postcard 5th Anniversary of Mukden Incident - Japan War Art

Postcard Anniversary of Mukden Incident - Japan War Art

1930's Japanese Postcard "2 year anniversary of Manchurian Incident (Mukden Incident)" - Japan War Art

Japanese Postcard year anniversary of Manchurian Incident (Mukden Incident)" - Japan War Art

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Japanese Cavalry during the Mukden incident

Japanese troops entering Shenyang during the Mukden Incident

1930's Postcard 3rd Anniversary of the Mukden Incident - Japan War Art

Postcard Anniversary of the Mukden Incident - Japan War Art

Mukden Incident, also called Manchurian Incident,  (1931), seizure of the Manchurian city of Mukden (now Shenyang, Liaoning province, China) by Japanese troops, which was followed by the Japanese invasion of all of Manchuria (now Northeast China) and the establishment of the Japanese-dominated state of Manchukuo (Manzhouguo) in the area.

Mukden Incident, also called Manchurian Incident, (1931), seizure of the Manchurian city of Mukden (now Shenyang, Liaoning province, China) by Japanese troops, which was followed by the Japanese invasion of all of Manchuria (now Northeast China) and the establishment of the Japanese-dominated state of Manchukuo (Manzhouguo) in the area.

Japanese troops enter a Chinese city after the Mukden incident. September or October, 1931.

Japanese troops marching into an unknown Chinese town, Manchuria, circa Sep-Oct 1931

Wanpaoshan Incident - Irrigation ditch at Wanpaoshan which sparked rioting between Chinese and Korean settlers. Although the issue was trivial, it was highly sensationalized in the Japanese and Korean press, and used for considerable propaganda effect to increase anti-Chinese sentiment in the Empire of Japan prior to the Mukden Incident of September, 1931 and the subsequent Japanese invasion of Manchuria.

Wanpaoshan Incident - Irrigation ditch at Wanpaoshan which sparked rioting between Chinese and Korean settlers. Although the issue was trivial, it was highly sensationalized in the Japanese and Korean press, and used for considerable propaganda effect to increase anti-Chinese sentiment in the Empire of Japan prior to the Mukden Incident of September, 1931 and the subsequent Japanese invasion of Manchuria.

China marks anniversary of Japanese occupation: China marked the anniversary of Japan’s brutal occupation Wednesday, as a state-run memorial museum called on Tokyo to offer compensation and an apology to relatives of those forced into manual labor during World War II. Japanese soldiers blew up a railway in Manchuria 82 years ago, blaming Chinese troops as a pretext to take control of the whole northeastern region, in what became known as the Mukden Incident.

China marked the anniversary of Japan's brutal occupation Wednesday, as a state-run memorial museum called on Tokyo to offer compensation…

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