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  Feng Yü-hsiang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Feng Yü-hsiang (Traditional Chinese: 馮玉祥; Simplified Chinese: 冯玉祥; pinyin: Féng Yùxíang) (1882–1948) was a warlord during the early years of the Republic of China.
Feng, however, distinguished himself from other regional militarists by governing his domains with an admixture of paternalistic Christian socialism and military discipline.
By 1929 Feng's Nationalist Army controlled most of north-central China, but because he was under increasing pressure from the expanding power of the Nanjing government, he and Yen Hsi-shan launched a bloody civil war against Chiang Kai-shek, but were defeated by forces loyal to Nanjing.
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 Song Zheyuan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1917, a year after being appointed the head of 1st battalion of Feng's 2nd regiment, his battalion spearheaded for removal of Zhang Xun of his imperial restoration in 1917.
As Feng Yuxiang participated the Northern Expedition, he assumed in November 1927 the Chairman of Shaanxi province and in April of the same year the head of 4th division under the II Corps of the National Revolutionary Army.
Switching side to Kuomintang after the abortive coup d'etat in 1930 of Feng against Chiang Kai-shek, his troops were assigned as 29th Army and garrisoned in southern Shanxi province where he was responsible for the frontiers of the Rehe and Chahar provinces against the Japanese Manchukuo.
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 Feng Yu-hsiang   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feng’s career as a Warlord began soon after the collapse of the Yuan Shih-k’ai government in 1916.
In the second Chih-Feng War of 1924, Feng betrayed his fellow warlords; an act that contributed to the weakening of the Chihli Clique (this opened the door for the Northern Expedition) and gave Chang Tso-lin control of Peking.
By 1929 Feng’s National People’s Army (Kuominchun) controlled most of north-central China, but because he was under increasing pressure from the expanding power of the Nanking government, he and Yen Hsi-shan launched a bloody civil war against Chiang Kai-shek, but were defeated by forces loyal to Nanking.
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 Feng Yuxiang   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feng Yü-hsiang (TraditionalChinese :馮玉祥, Simplified Chinese :冯玉祥, pinyin : Féng Yùxíang; 1882 - 1948) was a warlord during theearly years of the Republic of China.
Feng, however, distinguished himselffrom other regional militarists by governing his domains with an admixture of paternalistic Christian socialism and military discipline.
By 1929 Feng's Nationalist Army controlled most ofnorth-central China, but because he was under increasing pressure from the expanding power of the Nanjing government, he and Yen Hsi-shan launched a bloodycivil war against Chiang Kai-shek, but were defeated by forces loyal to Nanjing.
www.therfcc.org /feng-yuxiang-166375.html   (364 words)

  
 Tomb of Feng Yuxiang
Feng Yuxiang was born in Chaoxian County, Anhui Province.
Feng also initiated the China KMT Revolutionary Committee and, in September 1948, on his way home after studying water conservancy abroad in 1946, Feng was killed onboard a ship that caught fire on the Black Sea.
The Tomb of Feng Yuxiang was made of the granite from Mount Tai and faces the west, opposite Dazong Bridge (Bridge for All People), which Feng suggested be built when he lived on Mount Tai from 1932 to 1935.
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 Knowledge King - Feng Yü-hsiang   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feng Yü-hsiang (馮玉祥 pinyin: Feng Yuxiang; 1882-1948) was a warlord during the early years of the Republic of China.
In the early 1920s, Feng rose to prominence in the Zhili clique of warlords that defeated the Fengtian Clique, headed by Chang Tso-lin, father of Chang Hsueh-liang.
In the second Chih-Feng War of 1924, Feng betrayed his fellow warlords; an act that contributed to the weakening of the Chihli Clique (this opened the door for the Northern Expedition) and gave Chang Tso-lin control of Beijing.
www.knowledgeking.net /encyclopedia/f/fe/feng_yu_hsiang.html   (375 words)

  
 Feng Yuxiang - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Feng Yuxiang
In 1924 Feng Yuxiang took Beijing (then Peking), and set up a government that included members of the Nationalist Party.
Feng Yuxiang left China in 1947 to visit the USA, and died in a ship fire on his return journey.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
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 Puyi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In mid-July, the streets of Beijing were strewn with the thousands of false queues that had been discarded as hastily as they had been bought.
In the end of October 1924, the staunch republican warlord Feng Yuxiang seized Beijing with his troops and organized a coup, deposing president Cao Kun.
On November 4, 1924, Feng Yuxiang had the government revise the "Articles of Favorable Treatment": the revised articles stated that Puyi was to be stripped of his imperial title and henceforth made a regular citizen of the Republic of China.
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 Encyclopedia: Henry Puyi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the end of October 1924, the staunch republican warlord Feng Yuxiang (馮玉祥) seized Beijing with his troops and organized a coup, deposing president Cao Kun (曹錕).
On November 4, 1924, Feng Yuxiang had the government revise the Articles of Favorable Treatment: the revised articles stated that Puyi was losing his imperial title and henceforth becoming a regular citizen of the Republic of China.
The next day, November 5, Feng's troops surrounded the Private Apartments of the Forbidden City and forced Puyi to sign the revised articles.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Henry-Puyi   (1494 words)

  
 Feng Yuxiang - infos.aus-germanien.de   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feng wurde wie viele junge Offiziere von Revolutionsromantik erfasst und entging in der Folge nur knapp der Hinrichtung wegen Verrats.
In jener Zeit lehnte sich Feng auch stärker an die Sowjetunion an, vor allem aus militärischen Gründen.
In der folgenden Nordexpedition der Nationalisten stellte sich Feng auf die Seite der Nationalisten und zwang somit seinen Erzfeing Zhang, Peking zu räumen.
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 WARS & CAMPAIGNS [1927-1937] -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China
On 28th, Chiang Kai-shek assumed the post of commander-in-chief for 1st Group Army, while Feng Yuxiang was conferred the post of commander-in-chief for 2nd Group Army, Yan Xishan the post of commander-in-chief for 3rd Group Army, and Yang Shuzhuang the post of commander-in-chief for Navy.
Feng Yuxiang objected to Chiang Kai-shek's plan to shrink his 2nd group army of 10 corps & 8 detached divisions [420000 soldiers] by pointing out that Chiang Kai-shek should shrink the 1st group army of 20 corps & 4 detached divisions [500000 soldiers].
Feng Yuxiang pretended an illness by burning charcoal inside his bedroom and covering himself with two sheets of cotton bedsheet.
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 Tai Shan : Attractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Northeast of the temple, Dàguan Feng is a gigantic sheer cliff face carved with inscriptions by different emperors, including the Táng Xuánzong emperor and the later Qing Kangxi and Qiánlóng emperors.
It is on this peak that emperors such as the Táng Gaozong and Xuánzong emperors and the Sòng Zhènzong emperor conducted the Feng and Shan ceremonies.
Born in Anhui Province, Feng was a warlord of the north who supported Sun Yat-sen but who later mounted a challenge to Chiang Kai-shek in 1929.
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 4Reference || Song Zheyuan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was one of the Beiyang generals as he had worked under numerous famous Beiyang generals including Yuan Shikai, Feng Yuxiang and Lu Jianzhang.
Born in the Zhaohong Village, northwest of downtown area of Leling (樂陵 le4 ling2) County in Shandong Province, China, he was educated under his uncle from his mother side, a teacher of a traditional confucian private school in Yanshan County.
In 1912 the troops of Lu and Feng Yuxiang, now subordinate generals of Yuan Shikai, were regrouped and Feng had then been Song's superior.
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 Encyclopedia: Chinese Civil War
After Chiang Kai-shek had foiled the coup to oust him launched by Feng Yü-hsiang, Yen Hsi-shan, and Wang Ching-wei (1929–30), he immediately turned his attention to rooting out the remaining pockets of Communist activity.
Feng Yü-hsiang (Traditional Chinese: 馮玉祥; Simplified Chinese: 冯玉祥; pinyin:) (1882–1948) was a warlord during the early years of the Republic of China.
Feng Yü-hsiang (Traditional Chinese:馮玉祥, Simplified Chinese: 冯玉祥, pinyin: Féng Yùxíang; 1882-1948) was a warlord during the early years of the Republic of China.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Chinese-Civil-War   (7268 words)

  
 Song Zheyuan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1917, a year after being appointed the head of 1st battalion of Feng's 2nd regiment, his battalion spearheaded forremoval of Zhang Xun of his imperialrestoration in 1917.
As Feng Yuxiang participated the Northern Expedition, he assumed in November 1927 the Chairman of Shaanxi province and in April of the same year the head of 4th division under the II Corps of the National RevolutionaryArmy.
Switching side to Kuomintang after the abortive coup d'etat in 1930 of Feng against Chiang Kai-shek, his troops were assigned as 29th Army and garrisoned insouthern Shanxi province where he was responsible for the frontiers of the Rehe and Chahar provincesagainst the Japanese Manchukuo.
www.therfcc.org /song-zheyuan-166378.html   (435 words)

  
 Marco Polo Bridge Incident - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Japan: Subduing the cities guaranteed the fall of the north of the Huang He portion of the North China Plain, since the Japanese mechanized divisions were formidable against the Chinese armies, which had virtually no aircraft or any anti-tank weaponry.
The 29th Army, composed mostly of Feng Yuxiang's forces and infantry, secured the cities of Beijing and Tianjin and Hebei Province.
It should, however, also be noted that the KMT leader, Chiang Kai-Shek held a grudge against the 29th Army due to the fact it was made up primarily of his opponent Feng Yuxiang's troops, and did not provide sufficient support.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Marco_Polo_Bridge_Incident   (1871 words)

  
 China History Forum, online chinese history forum > the qing's "new army"
Both Duan and Feng refused to support Yuan in power any further and in the end the only prominent Beiyang general to remain loyal was the irrepressible Zhang Xun.
Feng Guochang went to Beijing to assume the presidency after securing the appointment of his protege as military commander in Jiangxi, Hubei and Jiangsu.
Feng was eventually eliminated from political life in 1918, when Xu Shichang, the Beiyang elder statesman, became President.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /lofiversion/index.php/t850.html   (2506 words)

  
 Feng Yu-hsiang --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Pinyin Feng Yuxiang Chinese warlord, known as the Christian General, who dominated parts of North China from 1918 to 1930.
A soldier at the age of 11, Feng was largely self-educated.
Covers the arts and science of Feng Shui, cosmological origins, numerology of nine star, and the environmental basis of nine star auspice.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9033977?tocId=9033977   (741 words)

  
 Feng * DoItYourself Feng Shui Take Charge...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Feng Shui Manual de los diez mil anos Tablas y formulas.
Feng Shui Demystified A Comparative Compendium on Flying Star Feng Shui and the Eight Mansion Formula.
Si xiang bing feng di jie dong zhen li biao jun wen ti da tao lun Sixiang bingfeng de jiedong.
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 Chinese History - Republic of China event history (www.chinaknowledge.org)
In 1920 the Anhui Clique that was accused of collaborating with Japan was defeated by Cao Kun and should further play no important role in the question of who reigned the northern capital Beijing.
Meanwhile, Feng Yuxiang with his National Army (Guominjun 國民軍) had conquered the regions of Gansu and Shaanxi.
His central government, lead by one party, the Guomindang, was structured in five courts (see political system of the Republic), and his government was internationally acknowledged as the representant of China.
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 Deng Xiaoping - netlexikon
Seine Rückkehr nach China geht auf Feng Yuxiang zurück, einen der Generäle, die Nordchina während des chinesischen Bürgerkrieges beherrschten.
Feng war Christ und chinesischer Traditionalist und war der Ansicht, dass er als Heerführer auch als Vorbild für seine Untertanen und das gemeine Volk dienen müsse.
Viele Biographen geben an, dass Deng im September 1926 einem Schwur Fengs in Wuhan beiwohnte, in welchem er sich den Kommunisten verpflichtete; diese Angaben sind aller Wahrscheinlichkeit nach nicht korrekt und stimmen auch nicht mit Fengs Aufzeichnungen überein.
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 Deng Xiaoping
Inspired by Dr. Sun's policy of alliance with Russia, co-operation with the Communist Party and assistance to peasants and workers, large numbers of Chinese young people with lofty ideals were arriving at the university to study.
Today, Deng Xiaoping still remembers the two youngest students in his class - Feng Funeng, the eldest daughter of Feng Yuxiang, and Jiang Jingguo (Chiang Chingkuo), the eldest son of Chiang Kai-shek.
The Academy was officially under the general headquarters of Feng Yuxiang's National United Army; actually, however, it had been established by Liu Bojian and several other Communists.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /english/doc/2004-06/25/content_342508.htm   (10235 words)

  
 décoration_militaire
Yuan Shikai envoie Feng Yuxiang contre Cai E et Tang Jiyao qui soulèvent tout le sud-ouest.
Les troupes de Feng Yuxiang pénètre au Sichuan pour venir en aide au gouverneur militaire loyaliste Chen Huan.
Mais Feng se rallie à la rébellion; Chen Huan est alors contraint de proclamer l'indépendance du Sichuan le 22 mai 1916, et de rallier le camp républicain.
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 United State of Electronica bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A ferrule is the part of a brush or quill which binds the bristles or hair to the handle, or the metal ring which is crimped to hold the eraser in place on pencils with an attached eraser.
Feng Yü-hsiang (Traditional Chinese:馮玉祥, Simplified Chinese: 冯玉祥, pinyin: Féng Yùxíang; 1882-1948) was a warlord during the early years of the Republic of
Fetch is simply the length of water over which the wind has blown.
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 Song Zheyuan
As his superior Feng Yuxiang[?] participated the Northern Expedition, he assumed the head of 4th division and Chairman of Shanxi province.
Switching side to Kuomintang after the abortive coup d'etat in 1930 of Feng against Chiang Kai-shek, his troops were assigned as 24th Army and garrisoned in southern Shanxi province where he is responsible for the frontiers of the Rehe and Chahar provinces against the Japanese Manchukuo.
See also: Chinese history, Republic of China, Feng Yuxiang[?], Battle of Lugou Bridge
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 Terry Chan's Chinese Martial Arts Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Quintessence of Wu (Yuxiang) Style Taijiquan: Here is a translation of some basics points of Wu Yuxiang style Taijiquan by Master Liu Jishun, a senior student of Hao Shaoru.
The Chen Qingzhou Martial Arts Association which focuses on the pure Lao Jia ("old frame") transmission of Chen style Taijiquan as transmitted by Master Chen Zhaopei is part of the NNRS.
The Feng Zhiqiang Taijiquan Academy, USA, headed by Master Zhang Xuexin offers instruction in the Liu He Xinyi Chen Shi Taijiquan style as founded by Master Feng Zhiqiang.
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