THIRD REPORT ON PROGRESS IN MANCHURIA 1907- 32 THE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY NUMBER CONTAINING A SURVEY OF THE MANCHURIAN INCIDENT AND LEAGUE COUNCIL'S PROCEEDINGS
1932·Dairen [a.k.a. Dalien]
by [Manchurian Incident]
Dairen [a.k.a. Dalien]: South Manchuria Railway, 1932. vii,,235,1pp. plus tables, photographs and four folding maps. Quarto. Flexible red cloth, lettered in gilt. Light use, with some dust marks at top edge toward the end, but a very good copy. A rather detailed and wide-ranging report on the state of Japanese interests in the South Manchuria Railway Zone, based on rights ceded to them in the Treaty of Portsmouth. An appendix prints many documents relating to the Manchurian incident in September of 1931, when an explosion near the tracks was blamed on Chinese dissidents, providing the pretext for Japanese military action and their larger invasion of Manchuria. The invasion and subsequent proclamation of a Manchurian State allied with Japanese interests elicited reactions across a wide range, including strong condemnation of the Japanese and accusations that the explosion was set deliberately to justify their subsequent invasion. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76295)
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