Conformation of local Government in Mengjiang ...more on Wikipedia about "Conformation of local Government in Mengjiang"
The Japanese had mineral interests in their created state of Mengjiang. One example was Japanese put in production the iron mine in ...more on Wikipedia about "Japanese mineral investment in Mengjiang"
The Mengjiang National Army was the Japanese-made "native army" organized in Mengjiang; not to be confused with the Mongol Army. It was a Kwantung Army special force group under direct command, having native commanders alongside the Japanese commanding officers, as in other auxiliary outer sections of the Kwantung Army. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mengjiang National Army"
The term Mongolian Royal Family refers to the family of Prince Demchugdongrub (chin. De Wang), Japanese puppet ruler of Mengjiang, as a part of Inner Mongolia was called during the period of its Japanese occupation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mongolian Royal Family"
National symbols of Mengjiang are national signs in use during the administrative period of Prince Demchugdongrub in Mengjiang: ...more on Wikipedia about "National symbols of Mengjiang"
Structure of the Japanese Army in Mengjiang. ...more on Wikipedia about "Structure of the Japanese Army in Mengjiang"
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