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Japanese Invasion of China

Puppet States in China

Last modified: 2015-08-18 by zoltán horváth
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Provisional Government of China [Beijing 1937-1940]

first flag of Beijing puppet state
[1912 Flag of China]
image by Miles Li, 22 March 2014

Provisional Government of the ROC
National Flag - Five-Striped Flag.
Miles Li, 03 June 2015

second flag of Beijing puppet state
[Japanese KMT Flag]
image by Miles Li, 21 March 2014

There were several other pro-Japanese governments set up by the Japanese occupational troops. The first was in Beijing. They adopted the five color flag, and used a different national anthem. It was later changed to the flag used in Chung-ching, currently used in Taiwan.
Michael Yuh-horng Wang, 13 January 1997

Reformed Government of the ROC

[1912 Flag of China]
image by Miles Li, 22 March 2014

Prior to World War II, the Japanese set up a puppet state in Hopei. The flag used was the Chinese five striped flag.
Jaume Ollé, 23 March 1998

National Flag - Five Striped Flag. There was also a purported variant, possibly fictitious, with a red flame at the centre above the slogan "Peaceful National Construction" (和平建國) in black Chinese letters on the white stripe.
Miles Li, 03 June 2015

Water Patrol Force Ensign

[Water Patrol Force Ensign]
image by Miles Li, 03 June 2015

Probably white, with the Five Striped Flag and an anchor (probably yellow) in the fly. This Water Patrol Force became the core of the Navy of the Reorganized National Government in 1940.
Miles Li, 03 June 2015