JAPANESE INVASION OF MANCHURIA Armed men are seen running through explosions; uniformed mounted troops ride alongside China\'s Great Wall; a long line of Japanese troops march in formation; a Japanese flag is carried through a battlefield engulfed in smoke; a soldier looks through his binoculars; soldiers march on a battlefield, and through a town\'s gate; Chinese prisoners are held; and the Japanese flag is waved by soldiers.
MANCHURIAN INVASION Japans full-scale invasion of Manchuria. Aerial footage of Chinas Great Wall; troops marching on the Great Wall; bombers flying in formation, dropping bombs; landscape, explosions and destruction of bombing is seen; a child sits on train tracks outside what remains of a train station, crying; men rescue a child from the rubble; a woman and child sit in a wagon with all their belongings.
JAPAN COMPLETES INVASION OF MANCHURIA - 1932 The Imperial Japanese Army forces complete their military control over South Manchuria as they take Chinchow, Shanhaiguan and Harbin. Chinese troops gather in vain to stop the invasion.
LYTTON COMMISSION ARRIVES IN MANCHURIA - 1932 The League of Nations sends a commission headed by Earl Victor Bulwer-Lytton to Manchuria to investigate Japanís invasion of the Chinese region. Representatives from Great Britain, America, France, Germany and Italy are greeted at the train station by Japanese officers. The commission will later anger the Japanese by finding against Japan in the Far East conflict.
HENRY PU YI APPOINTED MANCHUKUO RULER - 1932 Henry Pu Yi, the ex-emperor of China arrives in Changchun, Manchuria to take up his appointment as regent of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo. The citizens are not happy with the change as he, his prime minister Chang Hsiao-Hsu and entourage move into the palace.
INVASION OF MANCHURIA Summary montage of invasion Of Manchuria. A map of Manchuria, then war scenes superimposed over it. Japanese soldiers marching, bombs dropping, explosions, infantry troops attacking.
JAPAN LEAVES THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS 1933 A newspaper headline reports that Japan is leaving the League of Nations in Geneva in 1933. Japan withdrew from the League of Nations Assembly after the assembly had adopted a report blaming Japan for events in Manchuria.
HENRY PU YI APPOINTED MANCHUKUO RULER - 1932 - 1 Japan dispatches their new Manchukuo ruler Henry Pu Yi to his post while Baron Nobuyoshi Muto, Commander-in-Chief of the Kwantung Army, is seen off to the celebration by Japanese schoolchildren. Muto driver POV nearly running a man down as they hurry to the Palace in Changchun, Manchuria to join the new Emperor Pu Yi and a score of his generals and other high officers.
JAPAN'S LEAGUE OF NATIONS DELEGATE Carrying papers and looking very serious in the midst of Japan\'s invasion of Manchuria, Japanese delegate Yosuke Matsuoka walks through a room of seated men in the League of Nations.
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