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The Manchurian Crisis of September 8, 1931 (also known as the "Mukden Incident", also known as the "Manchurian Incident") resulted in the Japanese invasion of China.

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Europeans and Americans living there were in trap. They had no response. See TV Series "Law and Order Crimminal Intent", Season 2, Episode 5 (Chinoserie).

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