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8 Mar 1932

China
  • Zheng Xiaoxu arrived at Xinjing, puppet state of Manchukuo (now Changchun, Jilin Province, China) by train. ww2dbase [Zheng Xiaoxu | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
9 Mar 1932

China Photo(s) dated 9 Mar 1932
Inauguration ceremony of Puyi as the Chief Executive of the puppet state of Manchukuo, Xinjing (Changchun), China, 9 Mar 1932
11 Jun 1932

China
  • The Bank of Manchukuo Act was passed in the Japanese-sponsored puppet state of Manchukuo, establishing the Central Bank of Manchou in the capital of Xinjing (now Changchun, Jilin Province, China). It was to be formed by merging the existing Bank of the Three Eastern Provinces, the Bank of Jilin, the Bank of Heilongjiang, and the Frontier Bank. ww2dbase [Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
15 Sep 1932

China
1 Mar 1934

China
  • As the Manchukuo Department of Finance was reformed as the Finance Ministry, Xi Qia was named its first minister. ww2dbase [Xi Qia | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
21 May 1935

China
  • Zheng Xiaoxu resigned as the Prime Minister of the puppet state of Manchukuo. ww2dbase [Zheng Xiaoxu | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
  • Xi Qia stepped down as the Minister of Finance of the Japanese-sponsored puppet state of Manchukuo and became the Imperial Household Minister of the Aisin Gioro royal clan. ww2dbase [Xi Qia | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
28 Mar 1938

China
  • Zheng Xiaoxu passed away in Xinjing, puppet state of Manchukuo (now Changchun, Jilin Province, China). ww2dbase [Zheng Xiaoxu | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
18 Sep 1940

China
  • Emperor Kangde presided over the dedication ceremony of the National Martyr Shrine of Manchukuo in Xinjing, the capital of the puppet state. ww2dbase [Puyi | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
Photo(s) dated 18 Sep 1940
Emperor Kangde of the puppet state of Manchukuo arriving at the dedication ceremony of the Manchukuo National Martyr Shrine, Xinjing (Changchun), China, 18 Sep 1940Zhang Jinghui and other Manchukuo officials at the dedication of the Manchukuo National Martyr Shrine, Xinjing (Changchun), China, 18 Sep 1940Emperor Kangde of the puppet state of Manchukuo leaving at the dedication ceremony of the Manchukuo National Martyr Shrine, Xinjing (Changchun), China, 18 Sep 1940Japanese representatives at the dedication ceremony of the Manchukuo National Martyr Shrine, Xinjing (Changchun), China, 18 Sep 1940
14 Jun 1945

China
9 Aug 1945

China
  • Emperor Kangde of the puppet nation of Manchukuo was advised that his capital would soon be relocated from Xinjing (Changchun), Jilin Province, China to Tonghua, Andong Province, China as a response to the Soviet invasion. ww2dbase [Manchurian Strategic Offensive | Puyi | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
11 Aug 1945

China
16 Aug 1945

China
  • Soviets captured Emperor Kangde, puppet emperor of Manchukuo at Xinjing airport (later Changchun Dafangshen Airport) in Xinjing (Changchun), Jilin, China. ww2dbase [Puyi | Changchun, Jilin | CPC]
19 Aug 1945

China
23 May 1946

China
  • Chinese Nationalist troops captured Changchun, Jilin Province, China. ww2dbase [Changchun, Jilin | CPC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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