18 Sep 1931

China Photo(s) dated 18 Sep 1931
Japanese troops in Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931Railway sabotage site, near Mukden, northeastern China, 18 Sep 1931, photo 1 of 2Japanese rail officials and reporters at the site of the alleged railroad sabotage, near Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931Japanese troops gathered outside Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 18 Sep 1931
See all photos dated 18 Sep 1931
19 Sep 1931

China Photo(s) dated 19 Sep 1931
Japanese flag being hoisted above newly captured Chinese 7th Brigade headquarters, Mukden, Liaoning Province, China, 19 Sep 1931
21 Sep 1931

China
  • The Japanese installed Colonel Kenji Doihara as the mayor of Mukden, Liaoning Province, China. ww2dbase [Kenji Doihara | Mukden, Liaoning | CPC]
21 Dec 1931

China
14 Apr 1943

Photo(s) dated 14 Apr 1943
Zhou Fuhai inspecting Manchu Aircraft Company plant, Mukden, Liaoning, China, 14 Apr 1943
6 Sep 1945

China
  • Communist Chinese 8th Route Army entered Mukden, Liaoning Province, China and received captured Japanese equipment from the occupying Soviet forces. ww2dbase [Mukden, Liaoning | CPC]
17 Jan 1948

China
  • Wei Lihuang was made the commanding officer of the Northeast Anti-Communist Headquarters in Mukden (Shenyang), Liaoning Province, China. ww2dbase [Wei Lihuang | Mukden, Liaoning | CPC]
3 Oct 1948

China
  • In Mukden (Shenyang), Liaoning Province, China, Wei Lihuang was dismissed in person by Chiang Kaishek. ww2dbase [Wei Lihuang | Mukden, Liaoning | CPC]
30 Oct 1948

China
  • Wei Lihuang departed Mukden (Shenyang), Liaoning Province, China by aircraft from Dongta Airfield at about 1500 hours. ww2dbase [Wei Lihuang | Mukden, Liaoning | CPC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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