1. The Wall Street Crash. It crippled the USA's economy and therefore they starting importing less. Japan also struggled without enough trade from the USA. Eg; One of Japan's key exports was silk and America decided to stop importing it, making it themselves instead.
2. To try and gain more Natural Resources and raw materials to support their massive expansion and militarization. They no longer wanted to rely heavily on the U.S for resources and decided Manchuria was ideal for a Japanese expansion since it was already fighting a civil war between nationalists, communists and warlords.
Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931
Yes, in 1931.
1931 of September!
In 1931, Japan invaded and occupied Manchuria.
USSR never invaded Manchuria, Japan did from 1931-33
Imperial Japan successfully invaded Manchuria, China, in September, 1931.
In 1931, Japan invaded the Chinese province of Manchuria. Located in the northeastern portion of China, Manchuria was occupied within six months and then renamed as Manchukuo by the Japanese.
Japan decided to invade Manchuria the day after the Mukden incident, in 1931. However, the entire state of Manchuria was not conquered until 1932, so the answer to the question is 1932.
China didn't invade Manchuria. The Japanese invaded Manchuria in 1931. China went to the League of Nations about it.
Japan seized manchuria on 1931 September 18th
Japan attacked Manchuria in 1931.
Japanese forces invaded Manchuria On September 18th, 1931
Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931. Japan's 1937 attack of Beijing is considered the start of the Second Sino-Japanese War.
They Invaded Manchuria on September 18, 1931.