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Why did Japan invade Manchuria in 1931? A. To gain access to its natural resources B. To gain a buffer zone between Japan and China C. To react to Chinese aggression D. To take back what had previously belonged to Japan
Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931 to gain access to its natural resources.
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