Manchukuo

(from the article `Ch`ang-ch`un`) ...the northern limit of the Japanese-dominated South Manchurian Railway zone. A new Japanese railway town then grew up to the north of the old ... ...province, northeastern China, upstream from Dandong. It was originally designed as a joint project of the Japanese-controlled Manchukuo ... ...pursuit...
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Manchukuo

A nominally independent state established by the Japanese in Manchuria in 1932. The Japanese installed the former Qing emperor Puyi, however Manchukuo was run as a puppet state to advance Japanese political, economic and territorial interests.
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Manchukuo

Former Japanese puppet state in Manchuria and Jehol 1932-45, ruled by the former Chinese emperor Henry P'u-i. ...
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Manchukuo

Former Japanese puppet state in Manchuria and Jehol 1932–45, ruled by the former Chinese emperor Henry P'u-i
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Manchukuo

Manchukuo (mănchOO'kwō) , former country, comprising the three provinces of NE China, traditionally called Manchuria. The Japanese invaded Manchuria in 1931 and founded Manchukuo in 1932. Changchun, the capital, was renamed Xinjing [Chinese,=new capital]. Pu Yi, last of the Manchu (C...
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