Associated Press International News China JAPANESE CONTROLLED MANCHURIA

Japan Invades Manchuria

This is a general view of the headquarters of the new Manchurian Government in Hsinking, Manchuria, on Sept. 6, 1932. Hsinking, later called Changchun, serves as the capital of the Japanese-controlled state of Manchukuo, the world's youngest republic since it was established four months ago. (AP Photo)

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