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Japanese Invades Manchuria

Japanese Troops in Mukden

On September 18th, in violation of all its treaty obligations, Japan occupied Machuria, in northeast China. It was the first step on the path to World War II. American's reacted with the "Stimson Doctrine," which stated that the United States would not recognize any treaty that impinged on the sovereignty of China.