Response to Japanese Aggression
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Mukden Incident was likely plotted by the Japanese forces to stage Manchurian takeover.
Kwantung Army in Manchuria made excuse to invade the region.
China sought aid from the League of Nations in 1932 after the Mukden Incident.
China did not resist Japanese forces initially because concentred on Communists.
League of Nations formed the Lytton Commission and said Japanese should withdraw.
Lytton Commission ineffective, reaffirmed the basic facts.
Difficulties: 1) China and Japan both members 2) countries sympathetic
League ineffective, many do not see Japanese as threat, deal with GD
Failure led to: 1) remilitarization of Rhineland 2) invasion of Abyssinia 3) impotent League
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