25th November 2019

johndclare
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Why did the Japanese attack Manchuria in 1931?

In September 1931, they claimed that Chinese soldiers had sabotaged the railway, and attacked the Chinese army (which had just executed a Japanese spy). The Chinese army did not fight back because it knew that the Japanese were just wanting an excuse to invade Manchuria. China appealed to the League of Nations.
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