Manchurian Incident (1931) Japanese seizure of Manchuria. The Japanese captured Mukden in September 1931, and rapidly overran the province, setting up the puppet state of Manchukuo. The ensuing Sino-Japanese War later merged into World War II. After the defeat of Japan (1945), Manchuria was returned to China.
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