Assassination of Inukai Tsuyohi 1932

[ 1932 ]

Japanese prime minister Inukai Tsuyohi, who opposed the seizure of Manchuria and growing control of the military, was assassinated by a group of right-wing naval officers; this marked the end of pre-World War II Japanese democracy and the triumph of militarism and fascism.

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