The purpose of this paper is to study and evaluate the Japaenese program relative to the Mongol question. Some questions to consider would be: What relationship was there between the Hsingan provinces and the Manchukuo government and why? What specific Mongol programs did the Japanese promote and why? What were the results? How did the Mongols react? What designs did the Japanese have in Outer Mongolia and Inner Mongolia relative to her key position in Eastern Mongolia? Why and how did China and Russia react to Japan's plans and what were the results? How did the Mongol react to the three Asiatic Powers at this period? In an overall view, what were the successes and failures of the Japanese in their attempt to solve the Mongol question?
College and Department
Family, Home, and Social Sciences; History
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Kwak, Richard D. S., "The Japanese Attempt to Solve the Mongol Question in Manchuria, 1931-1945" (1966). Theses and Dissertations. 4861.
Japanese, Mongolia, Mongols, Hsingan, Manchukuo, provinces, Soviet Union, Russia, China, influence