Manchukuo

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Man·chu·kuo

 (măn′cho͞o′kwō′) also Man·chu·guo (-gwō′)
A former state of eastern Asia in Manchuria and eastern Nei Monggol (Inner Mongolia). It was established as a puppet state (1932) after the Japanese invaded Manchuria in 1931 and was returned to Chinese sovereignty in 1945.

Manchukuo

(ˈmænˈtʃuːˈkwəʊ) or

Manchoukuo

n
1. (Historical Terms) a former state of E Asia (1932–45), consisting of the three provinces of old Manchuria and Jehol
2. (Placename) a former state of E Asia (1932–45), consisting of the three provinces of old Manchuria and Jehol

Man•chu•kuo

(ˈmænˈtʃuˈkwoʊ)

n.
a former country (1932–45) in E Asia, under Japanese control: included Manchuria and parts of Inner Mongolia; now a part of China.
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This essay provides readers with an understanding of the urban achievements of Japan as the real power behind the puppet state of Manshukoku. Furthermore, the relation of those achievements to East Asia's new modernity and the urban growth of modern Japan are examined.
The caption reads, "Newly rising great Manchukuo" (Shinko Dai Manshukoku).
Kimera: Manshukoku no shozo (Chimera: A Portrait of Manchukuo).