Manchukuo Prime Minister Zheng Xiaoxu and Japanese Ambassador Nobuyoshi Muto signing the Japan-Manchukuo Protocol, Xinjing, Manchukuo (now Changchun, China), 15 Sep 1932Puyi, Zheng Xiaoxu, and other Manchukuo leaders, 1930sZheng Xiaoxu with foreign dignitary, date unknownZheng Xiaoxu with Manchukuo officials, circa 1930s
Manchukuo Prime Minister Zheng Xiaoxu and Japanese Ambassador Nobuyoshi Muto signing the Japan-Manchukuo Protocol, Xinjing, Manchukuo (now Changchun, China), 15 Sep 1932Puyi, Zheng Xiaoxu, and other Manchukuo leaders, 1930sZheng Xiaoxu with foreign dignitary, date unknownZheng Xiaoxu with Manchukuo officials, circa 1930s
Portrait of Zheng Xiaoxu with signature, date unknownZheng Xiaoxu, circa 1933-1943Japan-Manchukuo Protocol on display at the Japanese Foreign Ministry, 2009
Portrait of Zheng Xiaoxu with signature, date unknownZheng Xiaoxu, circa 1933-1943Japan-Manchukuo Protocol on display at the Japanese Foreign Ministry, 2009
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