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Manchukuo, Manchuria, parade, Japanese celebrate occupatin, traditional dancers, crowd watches, Japanese embassy, Government buildings, Dept of Agriculture building, Education Department, construction, girders, riveters, pile driver, raw materials, coal mine, long drill, steam shovel dumping coal, train, flatcar, iron ore refinery, grinders, smelter, furnace, steel mill, slag, molten metal, girders, straw hat, Asia Express train connects Dairen and Harbin, crowd at train station waves, passengers in car, soldier, Harbin, rickshaw, shopping district, market, signs in chinese, shops, village blacksmith, shoeing horse, apartment buildings, father with your son,
shacks, shantytown, clerk, scribe, dinner, meal, family at table, chinese food, spitting out tea, lighting pipe, kaoliang, grain, harvest, threshing by hand, grinding garin, soy beans, grain silos, sacks of soybeans, loading cargo on ship, soy bean oil refinery, buddhist monastery, monks, praying, eating bowls of rice, elementary school, students, teacher,
The Japanese invasion of Manchuria by the Kwantung Army of the Empire of Japan, beginning on September 19, 1931, immediately followed the Mukden Incident. The Japanese occupation of Manchuria lasted until the end of World War II.
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