Mukden Incident

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Event.png Mukden Incident (false flag attack,  casus belli) Rdf-icon.png
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DateSeptember 18, 1931
PerpetratorsJapan
Blamed onChina
Deaths0
Injured (non-fatal)0
DescriptionA particularly feeble excuse of a false flag used by the Japanese to try to justify their 1931 invasion of Manchuria

The Mukden Incident happened around 10:20pm on 18 September 1931 when a small amount of dynamite exploded on some railway tracks. However, the explosion was minor and only slightly damaged a 1.5-meter section on one side of the rail, not hindering a train from Changchun passing the damaged track without difficulty and arriving at Shenyang at 10:30pm.

Response

At 0400 hours on 19 Sep, Mukden was declared secure. By dawn, aircraft from the Japanese Chosun Army were landing at Mukden airport.[1]

 

The Official Culprit

NameDescription
ChinaThe most populous nation state in the world


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