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China 1911-1949 - Power Up for Grabs 19111949 Fall of Qing...

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Power Up for Grabs: 1911- 1949
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Fall of Qing
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Wuchang Uprising 10.10.1911
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Cutting the Queue
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Puyi: the Last Emperor
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Sun Yatsen (d. 1925)
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Yuan Shikai (d. 1916)
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“Warlordism” 1915-1928 Extreme form of “decentralization” (centrifugal forces), continuing pattern after Taiping rebellion Little to no provision of public services Coincides with mass famines, natural disasters. Considered very dark period in Chinese history.
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Trade Deficits
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Key Concepts New Culture Movement (1890s-early 1920s) Hu Shi Cai Yuanpei Chen Duxiu Li Dazhao V.I. Lenin, Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism (1916)
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Intellectual Leaders Li Dazhao (with beard) Chen Duxiu (top right) Cai Yuanpei (bottom left) Hu Shi (bottom right)
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Lu Xun
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Warlords
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Key Concepts WWI (1914-1918) Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, 1917 Versailles Peace Treaty (1919); Wilson’s 14 Points Shandong Peninsula May 4th Movement, 1919. Founding of Chinese Communist Party in Shanghai, 1921.
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