Response to Japanese Aggression

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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