Manchukuo
geographical name former country (1931-45) E Asia in Manchuria & E Inner Mongolia capital Changchun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Manchukuo — (pinyin Manzhouguó, literalmente: Nación de Manchuria ) fue un gobierno títere nominalmente independiente, puesto en el poder por los japoneses al norte de China, en el territorio de Manchuria, que existió entre 1931 y 1945. * * * ► Nombre que… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Manchukuo — [man cho͞o′kwō] former country (1932 45), a Japanese puppet state consisting mainly of Manchuria …   English World dictionary

  • Manchukuo — Manchu State (1932–1934) (Great) Empire of Manchuria (1934–1945) 滿洲國 / 满洲国(Chinese) Mǎnzhōuguó 満洲国 (Japanese) Manshū koku (1932–1934) (大)滿洲帝國 / …   Wikipedia

  • Manchukuo — 滿洲國 Mǎnzhōuguó / Manshū koku Estado de Manchuria (1932 1934) 大滿洲帝國 Dà Mǎnzhōu Dìguó / Dai Manshū Teikoku Gran Imperio de Manchuria (1934 1945) Manchukuo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Manchukuo — 滿洲國 (Mănzhōu Guó) 滿洲國 (Manshū koku) Staat Mandschū …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Manchukuo — Mandchoukouo 满洲国 滿洲國 Mandchoukouo (Nation de Mandchourie) 1932   1945 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Manchukuo — /man chooh kwoh /; Chin. /mahn joh kwaw /, n. a former country (1932 45) in E Asia, under Japanese control: included Manchuria and parts of Inner Mongolia; now a part of China. Also, Manchoukuo. * * * or Manchuguo Puppet state created in 1932 by… …   Universalium

  • Manchukuo — noun A Japanese controlled puppet state in Manchuria that lasted from 1932 to 1934 …   Wiktionary

  • Manchukuo — Man•chu•kuo [[t]ˈmænˈtʃuˈkwoʊ[/t]] n. geg a former country (1932–45) in E Asia, under Japanese control: included Manchuria and parts of Inner Mongolia; now a part of China …   From formal English to slang

  • Manchukuo — /ˌmæntʃuˈkwoʊ/ (say .manchooh kwoh) noun a former state of eastern Asia (1932–45) in Manchuria and the province Jehol; developed by the Japanese as a military industrial base for expansion into Asia …   Australian English dictionary

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