Lecture17

Lecture17 - Christie Hua 3/10/10 LECTURE 17 SICHUAN...

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Christie Hua 3/10/10 LECTURE 17 – SICHUAN RECOVERY MOVEMENT/ MILITARY MEN IN 1911 REVOLUTION I. Chairman of Sichuan Provincial Assembly a. Pu Dianjun II. New political elite a. Diverse backgrounds b. Some went to Japan to study politics and law c. New militarymen III. Wuchang uprising a. Who? b. When? 10/10/1911 c. What happened? i. Revolutionary coup ii. Proclaimed a republic in Wuchang (the city) and independence of Hubei (the province) from the Qing d. Elite’s options after the coup? i. Assemblymen caught between the dynasty and the new militarymen IV. Wuchang government: Wuchang, 1911 V. Queue-cutting, 1911 VI. Elite’s options after the coup? a. Provincial assemblymen b. Other New Army officials c. The spread of the revolution i. Many provinces declared their independence ii. Within a few weeks, other new armies declared independence from the Qing iii. Qing had better armies in the North 1. most of the provinces declared independence from the Qing war from Marchto authorities
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