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Unformatted text preview: SUN YAT-SEN SUN (1866-1925) CHINA REVIVAL CHINA SOCIETY (1894) SOCIETY REVOLUTIONARY REVOLUTIONARY ALLIANCE (1905) ALLIANCE THE PEOPLE JOURNAL THE JOURNAL THREE PRICIPLES OF THREE THE PEOPLE (1905) THE NATIONALISM DEMOCRACY PEOPLE’S LIVELIHOOD THE COLLAPSE OF THE QING THE PUYI (1905-67, PUYI reigned 1908-12) reigned BY 1912 ($835 BY MILLION IN DEBT) MILLION BY 1912 (216 BY FOREIGN COMPANIES AND 549 CHINESE COMPANIES) COMPANIES) COMPRADORS 107 OPEN PORTS THE XINHAI REVOLUTION (October 10, 1911 — February 12, 1912) • WUCHANG UPRISING • WUHAN • PROCLAMATION OF THE REPUBLIC (January 1, 1912) • SUN YAT-SEN (PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT) • YUAN SHIKAI (1859-1916, ruled 1912-16) MARXISM IN CHINA MARXISM FEBRUARY 1899 REVOLUTIONARY REVOLUTIONARY ALLIANCE ALLIANCE ANARCHISTS MAY 4 MOVEMENT MAY 4 TH ► ► ► ► ► ► CHINA ENTERS THE WAR (AUGUST 14, 1917) PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE (JANUARY 18, 1919 – JANUARY 21, 1920) QINGDAO DEMONSTRATIONS (MAY 4 – JUNE 28, 1919) VERSAILLES PEACE TREATY (June 28, 1919) RADICALS (CHEN DUXIU, LI DAZHAO) BOLSHEVISM IN CHINA THE COMINTERN (19191943) GRIGORII VOITINSKY (1893-1953) APRIL 1920 LI DAZHAO (1889-1927) BOLSHEVISM IN CHINA BOLSHEVISM IN CHINA CHEN DUXIU (1879­ 1942) NEW YOUTH (XIN QINGNIAN) THE FIRST BOLSHEVIK NUCLEUS AT SHANGHAI (JULY 1920) THE COMMUNIST UNIVERSITY OF THE TOILERS OF THE EAST BOLSHEVISM IN CHINA BOLSHEVISM MAO ZEDONG (1893-1976) ZHOU ENLAI (1898-1976) LIU SHAOQI (1898-1969) DENG XIAOPING (1904-1997) THE FIRST CCP CONGRESS THE FIRST CCP CONGRESS (JULY 23­31, 1921) ► SHANGHAI ► THE FIRST PROGRAM ► THE FIRST DECISION ABOUT THE OBJECTIVES OF THE CCP ► CHEN DUXIU ...
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