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Japanese rail officials and reporters at the site of the alleged railroad sabotage, near Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931Japanese troops gathered outside Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931
Japanese rail officials and reporters at the site of the alleged railroad sabotage, near Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931Japanese troops gathered outside Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931
Japanese troops in Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931Railway sabotage site, near Mukden, northeastern China, 18 Sep 1931, photo 1 of 2
Japanese troops in Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931Railway sabotage site, near Mukden, northeastern China, 18 Sep 1931, photo 1 of 2
Railway sabotage site, near Mukden, northeastern China, 18 Sep 1931, photo 2 of 2Japanese armored cars in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931
Railway sabotage site, near Mukden, northeastern China, 18 Sep 1931, photo 2 of 2Japanese armored cars in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931
Japanese flag being hoisted above newly captured Chinese 7th Brigade headquarters, Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 19 Sep 1931Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 1 of 4
Japanese flag being hoisted above newly captured Chinese 7th Brigade headquarters, Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 19 Sep 1931Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 1 of 4
Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 2 of 4Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 3 of 4
Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 2 of 4Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 3 of 4
Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 4 of 4Japanese troops taking a break in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931
Japanese troops in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931, photo 4 of 4Japanese troops taking a break in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931
Japanese Kwantung Army troops marching in a town in northeastern China, northeastern China, Sep 1931Japanese troops disarming Chinese soldiers in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931
Japanese Kwantung Army troops marching in a town in northeastern China, northeastern China, Sep 1931Japanese troops disarming Chinese soldiers in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931
Kenji Doihara (in Army uniform) in Mukden, China, 20 Sep 1931Chinese-Americans Jean and Gertrude Moy protesting against the Japanese invasion of northeastern China, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 29 Sep 1931, photo 1 of 2
Kenji Doihara (in Army uniform) in Mukden, China, 20 Sep 1931Chinese-Americans Jean and Gertrude Moy protesting against the Japanese invasion of northeastern China, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 29 Sep 1931, photo 1 of 2
Chinese-Americans Jean and Gertrude Moy protesting against the Japanese invasion of northeastern China, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 29 Sep 1931, photo 2 of 2Chinese-Americans protesting against the Japanese invasion of northeastern China, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 29 Sep 1931
Chinese-Americans Jean and Gertrude Moy protesting against the Japanese invasion of northeastern China, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 29 Sep 1931, photo 2 of 2Chinese-Americans protesting against the Japanese invasion of northeastern China, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 29 Sep 1931
Benito Mussolini at the unveiling of a new flag design of a Italian youth fascist group, Rome, Italy, Oct 1931Japanese FT-17 tank in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931
Benito Mussolini at the unveiling of a new flag design of a Italian youth fascist group, Rome, Italy, Oct 1931Japanese FT-17 tank in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931

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