Japan on the eve of WWII

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Japanese foreign affairs minister Matsuoka Yosuke addresses the League of Nations in 1934. At the meeting, Yosuke refused to withdraw troops from northeast China, and announced that Japan quit the international treaty. From that moment on, Japan embarked on isolationism, with no further checks from the international community on its bourgeoning militarism. [Photo/Sina]

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