Drug Flooding of Northeast China during the Governing of Japanese and the Government of Puppet Regime of Manchuria

Li Sha, Xuejiao Zhang, Zhan Zhang


After the September 18 Incident, in order to cater to the invading war, Japanese invaders carried out the Opium Policy of Poisoning Chinese in the occupation zone, which aimed at providing economic aid for Japan’s invading war and disintegrating Chinese resistant will. The three periods of implementing the policy were: period of monopolization, period of cutting off the supply and period of supporting the war through trafficking. Drug flooding had a disastrous influence on the northeasterners of China.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v5n4p53

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