Report of the Commission of Enquiry
Geneva, October 1st, 1932.
BY THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT
COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY
Note by the Secretary-General:
The Secretary-General has the honour to circulate to the Council and the Members of the League the Report of the Commission of Enquiry, which was signed by the Members of the Commission on September 4th. 1932, at Peiping.
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REPORT ON THE COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page 5 Chapter I— Outline of Recent Developments in China 13 Chapter II— Manchuria 24 Chapter III— Manchurian Issues between Japan and China 37 Chapter IV— Narrative of Events in Manchuria on and Subsequent to September 18th, 1931 66 Chapter V— Shanghai 84 Chapter VI— "Manchukuo" 88 Chapter VII— Japan's Economic Interests and the Chinese Boycott 112 Chapter VIII— Economic Interests in Manchuria 121 Chapter IX— Principles and Conditions of Settlement 126 Chapter X— Considerations and Suggestions to the Council 132 Appendix— Itinerary in the Far East of the League of Nations Commission of Enquiry. 140
LIST OF MAPS
(The fourteen Maps are inserted in the pocket of the cover.)
- China and Japan.
- Political Map of Manchuria.
- Railway Map of Manchuria.
- Relief Map of Manchuria.
- Military Situation in Manchuria before September 18th, 1931.
- Chart of the Mukden Incident (September 18th-19th, 1931).
- Military Situation in Manchuria about September 30th, 1931.
- Military Situation in Manchuria about December 10th, 1931.
- Military Situation in Manchuria about May 1st, 1932.
- Military Situation in Manchuria about August 20th, 1932.
- Shanghai Area.
- City of Shanghai.
- Principal Route Map Showing Itineraries of the Commission in the Far East.
- Supplementary Route Map showing Itineraries of the Commission in the Far East.