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Manchuria: Polity Style: 1932-1945

18 Feb 1932 north eastern provinces of China are declared independent, resolution of a conference of governors of the north eastern provinces, Changchun (Shengjing Times, No. 7931, 19 Feb 1932, p. 4; Historical Records of the Republican China, 1932, p. 293)
1 Mar 1932 establishment of Manchuria as an independent state is proclaimed, public ceremony, Changchun (Manchuria Government Gazette, No. 1, 1 Apr 1932, pp. 1-2)
1 Mar 1932 - 1 Mar 1934 Mǎnzhōuguó (滿洲國) | Manchuria
1 Mar 1934 enthronisation of the emperor, public ceremonies in the Temple of Heaven at Xinghua village, near Xinjing (Changchun), and in Xinjing (Shengjing Times, No. 8639, 2 Mar 1934, pp. 1-2)
1 Mar 1934 name of the state is changed in accordance with Art. 1 of the Organic Law promulgated on 1 Mar 1934 (Manchuria Government Gazette, Extra, 1 Mar 1934, pp. 2-3)
1 Mar 1934 - 17 Aug 1945 Mǎnzhōudìguó (滿洲帝國) | Empire of Manchuria [1]
17 Aug 1945 abdication of the emperor is proclaimed at the town of Dalizigou, Linjiang County, Tonghua Province (now part of the city of Linjiang, Jilin Province) (Pǔyì Court Chronicle, p. 294)

[1] Also in official use: Mǎnzhōuguó (滿洲國)
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