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Manchukuo, officially the State of Manchuria prior to 1934 and the Empire of (Great) Manchuria after 1934, was a of the in and from 1932 until 1945. It was founded as a in 1932 after the , and in 1934 it became a under the ' control of Japan. It had limited . The area was the homeland of the , including the emperors of the . In 1931, the region following the . A pro-Japanese government was installed one year later with , the , as the nominal regent and later emperor. Manchukuo's government was dissolved in 1945 after the at the of . The territories claimed by Manchukuo were first seized in the in August 1945, and then formally transferred to Chinese administration in the following year. s formed a minority in Manchukuo, whose largest ethnic group was . The population of increased during the Manchukuo period, and there were also , , , and other minorities. The Mongol regions of western Manchukuo were ruled under a slightly different system in acknowledgment of the t ...
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Manchukuo, officially the State of Manchuria prior to 1934 and the Empire of (Great) Manchuria after 1934, was a of the in and from 1932 until 1945. It was founded as a in 1932 after the , and in 1934 it became a under the ' control of Japan. It had limited . The area was the homeland of the , including the emperors of the . In 1931, the region following the . A pro-Japanese government was installed one year later with , the , as the nominal regent and later emperor. Manchukuo's government was dissolved in 1945 after the at the of . The territories claimed by Manchukuo were first seized in the in August 1945, and then formally transferred to Chinese administration in the following year. s formed a minority in Manchukuo, whose largest ethnic group was . The population of increased during the Manchukuo period, and there were also , , , and other minorities. The Mongol regions of western Manchukuo were ruled under a slightly different system in acknowledgment of the t ...
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