International Response to Japanese Aggression

International Response to Japanese Aggression
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  • Kwantung Army viewing damage done to South Manchuria Railway (1931)
  • Hey, who bombed our railroad?
  • Kwantung Army conquers Manchuria (1932)
  • We must protect Manchuria from Chinese chaos!
  • Chinese government appeals to League of Nations (1932)
  • We need help against the Japanese!
  • We will send a team to inspect the damages
  • League Response: Lytton Commission (1932)
  • What a tragedy!
  • Look at all of this damage!
  • Lytton Commission reports to League of Nations (1932)
  • Japan's use of military unjustified, should withdraw. Manchukuo not a state. Manchuria should be independent under Chinese sovereignty.
  • Japan leaves League of Nations (1933)
  • This is outrageous and unfair! Japan is no longer a part of the League of Nations
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