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  Mukden_incident info here at en.articles-on-stress-of.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Mukden Incident of September 18, 1931, yet yawped the Manchurian Incident, occurred in southern Manchuria when a zone of railroad, veryed own,personal by Japan's South Manchuria Railway, adjacent Mukden (today's Shenyang) was blown up by Japanese lesser officers.
On October 2, the Lytton Report was naked und adiosed the Japanese that the Mukden Incident was an deed of self-defense.
The Mukden Incident is depicted in the Tintin district The Blue Lotus, the district quarters the adjacent Shanghai.
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 ooBdoo
Following the Japanese victory, the Japanese concession at Mukden was one of the chief bases for Japanese economic expansion into southern Manchuria.
In the 1920s, Mukden was the capital of the warlord Chang Tso-lin, who was killed when his train was blown up near Mukden at a Japanese-guarded railway bridge.
The Mukden Incident (18 September 1931), which gave the Japanese an impetus to create the Manchukuo state, took place near Shenyang.
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 Mukden_Incident   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Mukden Incident 0f September 18 - 1931 - also called teh Manchurian Incident - occurred inside southern Manchuria when a section 0f railroad - owned by Japan"s South Manchuria Railway - near Mukden, today"s Shenyang, was blown up by Japanese junior officers.
In Chinese - this incident is referred to as teh September 18 Incident, Chinese: 九·一八事变/九·一八事變, or Liutiaogou Incident, Chinese:柳條溝事變, - or inside Japanese as teh Manchurian Incident, Kyūjitai: 滿洲事變 - Shinjitai: 満州事変,.
Mukden Incident The Incident The Incident A section 0f teh Liutiaogou railway.
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 An Historical Example of Synthetic Terror
Japanese aggression against China was triggered by the Mukden Incident or the “9.18 Incident”, as it is referenced by the Chinese.
Field pieces were arranged in position around Mukden as early as July 25.” What follows is an approximation of the Mukden incident that is generally accepted as the most likely sequence of events leading up to the bombing.
It is alleged that idea of staging a false flag incident as the necessary pretext for Japanese aggression in Manchuria, was hatched at a meeting of Japanese military officers at a hotel in the city of Changchun on July 3rd, 1929.
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was triggered by the Mukden Incident or the “9.18 Incident”, as it is referenced by the Chinese.
incident that is generally accepted as the most likely sequence of events leading up to the bombing.
It is interesting to note that the one Japanese official who came the closest to preventing the Mukden bridge bombing and consequently the Japanese military aggression in Manchuria, was assassinated by Japanese Naval officers, a mere eight months later.
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 The Manchurian Incident   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Manchurian or Mukden Incident, together with the later Marco Polo Bridge Incident of July 7, 1937, in fact, marked the beginning of the Pacific War which ended in imperialist Japan’s defeat in 1945.
However, the incident was reported as a reaction on the part of the Kwantung Army in self-defense.
On the other hand, the Manchurian Incident, which was condemned by the League of Nations - the predecessor of the United Nations - as an act of Japanese aggression, marked the beginning of the end of Chiang Kai-shek as ruler of China.
www.npf.org.tw /PUBLICATION/NS/092/NS-C-092-247.htm   (972 words)

  
 Important Events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The first two campaigns failed and the third was aborted due to the Mukden Incident.
In fact, after the New Fourth Army Incident both sides concentrated on jockeying for position in the inevitable Civil War.
In the months following the incident, Nationalist troops were quickly overrun by the superior Japanese forces (losing several hundred thousand men), and despite some heroic resistance, most of Eastern China, including all of the lower Yangtze/Yangzi region was seized by the Japanese.
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 GuomindangPower
In other words, it was the only course left open to our army, in confronting the numerically far superior hostile forces, to attack them first and eliminate the troops immediately opposed to it as quickly as possible, and to find a means of discharging its duties by securing scope for active operations.
Accordingly, as soon as a report of the incident reached them, the higher command of our army promptly commenced operations for removing all causes of danger by disarming the Chinese troops in its vicinity.
Only in Mukden and one or two other cities, the Chinese authorities having fled, our army, in cooperation with leading Chinese citizens, took temporary charge of the preservation of peace and order, but in no instance did it interfere with Chinese local administration.
brian.hoffert.faculty.noctrl.edu /HST265/GuomindangPower.html   (875 words)

  
 Mukden Incident
Military leaders immediately blamed Chinese nationalists for the incident and began an occupation of the area; no authorization for this offensive had been given by the government in Tokyo.
Mukden and Changchun fell quickly; all of Jilin was in Japanese hands by September 21.
The Mukden incident touched off a crisis between Japan and China that would not ease until the following year when the Japanese installed a puppet regime in Manchuria to safeguard their interests.
www.u-s-history.com /pages/h1507.html   (518 words)

  
 HyperWar: International Military Tribunal for the Far East [Chapter 5]
Although the "March Incident" hastened the fall of the Hamaguchi Cabinet, which was followed on 14 April 1931 by the formation of the Wakatsuki Cabinet, it did not succeed in displacing the "Friendship Policy" fostered by Baron Shidehara, for he was retained as Foreign Minister by Premier Wakatsuki.
No casualties resulted from this "Incident", but the sensational accounts of it printed in the Japanese and Korean Press caused a series of anti-Chinese riots in Korea in which Chinese were massacred and their property destroyed, which in turn caused a revival of the anti-Japanese boycott in China.
After the failure of the "October Incident", rumors were heard to the effect that if the Central Authorities in Tokyo did not support the Kwantung Army in the execution of its plan to occupy all Manchuria and establish a puppet State there, that Army would declared itself independent of Japan and proceed with the project.
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 Mukden Incident - China-related Topics MU-MZ - China-Related Topics
The Mukden Incident (September 18, 1931), also called Manchurian Incident, occurred in northern Manchuria when a section of railroad, owned by Japan's South Manchuria Railway, near Mukden (盛京) (today's Shenyang) was blown up.
Allegedly, Colonel Seishiro Itagaki and Lieutenant Colonel Kanji Ishiwara planned the incident in which officers of the Shimamoto Regiment, which guarded the South Manchuria Railway, arranged for sappers to place explosives beneath the tracks.
After the explosion, the Japanese immediately framed the Chinese soldiers garrisoned nearby and attacked those troops under the justification that Japanese property must be protected from assaults by the Chinese.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Mukden_Incident   (509 words)

  
 Manchurian Incident — FactMonster.com
Manchurian Incident or Mukden Incident,1931, confrontation that gave Japan the impetus to set up a puppet government in Manchuria.
When a bomb of unknown origin ripped the Japanese railway near Shenyang (then known as Mukden), the Japanese Kwantung army guarding the railway used the incident as a pretext to occupy S Manchuria (Sept., 1931).
Mukden Incident - Mukden Incident: see Manchurian Incident.
www.factmonster.com /ce6/history/A0831483.html   (241 words)

  
 Alpha-LA | Articles
(This is known to Chinese as the "918 Incident" or the "Mukden Incident" in the West.) It seems all that has faded like the mist.
Between the 918 Invasion of 1931 and the outbreak of full-scale war after the Marco Polo Bridge Incident in 1937, Japan occupied an area of China equivalent to the combined areas of England, France, Germany, Holland, and Belgium.
Colonel Seishiro Itagaki and Lieutenant Colonel Kanji Ishiwara planned the incident in which officers of the Shimamoto Regiment, which guarded the South Manchuria Railway, arranged for sappers to place explosives beneath the tracks.
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 Chronology
In 1931, the Japanese Kwangtung Army attacked Chinese troops in Manchuria that is known as the the Manchurian Incident.
These incidents in Manchuria and China all lead to the mobilization for war in Japan and the colonies.
Korea was the base for Japnese war efforts on the continent because of its close proximity to Japan and the fact that it was on the continent itself.
www.willamette.edu /~rloftus/milchrono.html   (1033 words)

  
 Mukden Incident - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Therefore, the Japanese met with no resistance at Beidaying, and on September 19 proceeded to totally occupy the garrison and major cities of Mukden, Changchun, Antung, and the surrounding areas.
Within a five months of the Incident the invasion of Manchuria had overrun all three northeastern provinces of Liaoning (where Mukden was), Jilin, and Heilongjiang bringing them under Japanese control.
In response to the Japanese equivalent of the Holocaust denial that included this incident and the denial of other war crimes such as the Nanking Massacre, many victims and their descendants have pushed for the government of the People's Republic of China to designate September 18 as National Humiliation Day.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mukden_Incident   (2621 words)

  
 4-1 Manchurian Incident of 1931 | Modern Japan in archives
Late in the evening of 18 September 1931 (Showa 6), a short stretch of railroad track belonging to the South Manchurian Railway Company near Liutiao Lake in the outskirts of Mukden (now Shenyang) was blown up by officers of the Kwangtung Army (part of the Imperial Army stationed in Manchuria).
This was the so-called Manchurian Incident or Mukden Incident.
In his Diary, HARADA Kumao, private secretary to the Genro SAIONJI Kinmochi, left a scrupulous account of Prime Minister WAKATSUKI Reijiro's agitation upon learning of the Manchurian Incident, as well as the subsequent actions of the Cabinet and the Imperial Court.
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 Japanese Auxiliary Seaplane Tenders
The “Mukden Incident” is the beginning of the Pacific War.
Mukden and several towns in south Manchuria are bombed and then occupied by the Japanese.
In protest over the Mukden Incident, in the preceeding weeks, the Chinese boycott the import and sale of Japanese goods.
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 The History Guy: Sino-Japanese Wars (China vs. Japan)
Japan's excuse for invading was the so-called Mukden Incident (known as the "9.18 Incident" in China).
Some historians date the beginning of World War Two to the beginning of the Mukden Incident and the Japanese takeover of Manchuria.
The Chinese 19th Route Army held 70,000 Japanese troops to the area around the waterfront for nearly a month until being driven from the city by the invaders.
www.historyguy.com /sino-japanese_wars.html   (606 words)

  
 Documents
The Mukden Incident's conception has its origins July 3, 1929 when Ishiwara and Itagaki, met with other officers of the Kwantung Army in a hotel in the city of Changchun.
Japanese had been receiving a large amount of munitions and the Chief of Police in Mukden reported that there may be more troops needed to protect the Japanese in Mukden.
The Chinese saw the attacks on the Peitaying Barracks as unprovoked, and the 10,000 soldiers within the barracks walls were told to avoid confrontation with Japan at all costs.
www.wfu.edu /history/StudentWork/AsiaPacificWar/asia-pacific-mike/asia-pacific/background4.htm   (785 words)

  
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Shenyang - he said was not a good place to live when he was young, and told me about the "Mukden Incident" when he was about fifteen
The Mukden Incident (September 18, 1931), also called Manchurian Incident, occurred in northern Manchuria when the Japanese blew up a section of a Japanese railroad near Mukden (today's Shenyang).
Colonel Seishiro Itagaki and Lieutenant Colonel Kenji Ishiwara planned the incident in which officers of the Shimamoto Regiment, which guarded the South Manchuria Railway, arranged for sappers to place explosives beneath the tracks.
www.trekearth.com /workshops/63880   (267 words)

  
 War Warnings
January-March 1932 Shanghai: February 1932 Manchuria: The Manchurian Incident of September 1931 did not fail, and it set the stage for the eventual military takeover of the Japanese government.
One month later, in Tokyo, military figures plotted the October Incident, which was aimed at setting up a national socialist state.
Japan apologizes for the incident but it dose nothing to ease the strained relations between the two countries.
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 Mukden Incident   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Mukden Incident (September 18, 1931), also called Manchurian Incident, occurred in northern Manchuria when the Japanese blew up a section of their own railroad near Mukden (today's Shenyang).
After the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Japan had replaced Russia as the dominant foreign power in Southern Manchuria.
The Government of the People's Republic of China opened the 9.18 Incident Exhibition Museum at Shenyang (present-day name of Mukden) on September 18, 1991.
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 chinamarines.com
September 18, 1931 - Mukden Incident, staged explosion of Japan's South Manchuria Railway near Mukden.
July 7, 1937 - Japan and China fight in the Battle of Lugou Bridge (Marco Polo Bridge Incident).
August 13, 1937 - Three month battle for Shanghai between Japan and China begins in the Kongkew district.
www.chinamarines.com /ver3/shan.htm   (2111 words)

  
 TIME.com: Mukden Incident, Part II -- Dec. 5, 1949 -- Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mukden Incident, Part II Posted Monday, Dec. 5, 1949
Consul General Angus Ward hurried from a Communist people's court in Mukden, Manchuria last week to telephone the news to the nearest American diplomat, 400 miles away in Peiping.
Ward and four members of his consulate staff had been freed from a Communist jail and were to be deported from Red China.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,805191,00.html   (522 words)

  
 Blog
September 18, 1931: Japanese agents blew up part of the Japanese owned South Manchurian Railroad at Mukden in northeastern China(in Liao Ning Province now), and blamed it as an act of sabotage by the Chinese forces.
Using the incident as a pretext, Japanese forces invade Manchuria(The 3 provinces and part of inner mongolia of North East China now).
The incident is known as the "9.18 Incident" thereafter in China (see Mukden Incident for details).
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