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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My present feeling that Japan must become the leader of Asia is no different from the consciousness I had when I went to Manzhouguo.
The following four chapters are more focused, considering the Tanaka Memorial, Manzhouguo (Manchukuo), the Rape of Nanjing, and the collaborationist regime of Wang Jingwei.
The word Manzhouguo in Fogel's translation is changed into Manchukuo in this article for consistency.
Manzhou Imperial Postal Service: Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of the Founding of Manzhouguo "Farmers and Fishermen" - 1942 (Three Fen Stamp)
Until 1933, large volunteer armies waged war against Japanese and Manzhouguo forces over wide areas of Northeast China.