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  Xinhai Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Xinhai Revolution or Hsinhai Revolution (Chinese: 辛亥革命; pinyin: Xīnhài Gémìng), also known as the 1911 Revolution or the Chinese Revolution, was a republican revolution which overthrew China's ruling Qing Dynasty, occasionally known as the Manchu Dynasty, and which saw the establishment of the Republic of China.
Since 1911 is a Xinhai Year in the sexagenary cycle of Chinese calendar, "Xinhai" became the name of the revolution.
The revolution began with the armed Wuchang Uprising and the spread of republican insurrection through the southern provinces, and culminated in the abdication of the Xuantong Emperor after lengthy negotiations between rival Imperial and Republican regimes based in Beijing and Nanjing respectively.
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 Revolution - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
A political revolution is the forcible replacement of one set of rulers with another (as happened in France and Russia), while a social revolution is the fundamental change in the social structure of a society, such as the Protestant Reformation or the Renaissance.
Generally the former take revolution to be one strategy, possibly accompanied by the use of electoral politics to take over, rather than overthrow, the institution of government, their aim being to create a centralised state to govern in the name of 'the workers'.
Xinhai Revolution -- (1911) -- Overthrow of ruling Qing Dynasty and establishment of the Republic of China.
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 Most significant revolution in world history - History Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Janissary, the "Glorious Revolution" is one name for the revolution of 1688-9 which overthrew James II in favor of William III, and established the primacy of Parliament in the government of England.
I regard the French revolution as the most important in the European continent.It was the beginning of the creation of modern states and nations.Despite the fact it was a social-economic revolution it embedded an independency feeling of the European nations against their monarchs that ruled vast empires.This as regards Europe.
For America the revolution of the natives and the colonists against their ruling countries in the 18th century was the most important as to the shape of the states.But IMO the American Civil war was a greater revolution against slavery and the cruelty.
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 History of the Republic of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The republican revolution broke out on October 10, 1911, in Wuchang, the capital of Hubei Province, among discontented modernized army units whose anti-Qing plot had been uncovered.
There now were three capitals in China: the internationally recognized warlord regime in Beijing; the Communist and left-wing Kuomintang regime at Wuhan; and the right-wing civilian-military regime at Nanjing, which would remain the Nationalist capital for the next decade.
The Nationalist government announced that in conformity with Sun Yat-sen's formula for the three stages of revolution — military unification, political tutelage, and constitutional democracy — China had reached the end of the first phase and would embark on the second, which would be under KMT direction.
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 Revolution at Caribbean Topfunwebsites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Political revolutions are often characterised by violence, and the vast changes in power structures that can often result in further, institutionalised, violence, as in the Russian Revolution and French Revolution revolutions (with the "Purges" and "the Terror", respectively).
Most anarchism advocate social revolution as the means of breaking down the structures of government and replacing them with non-hierarchal institutions.
* English Revolution -- (1642-1653) -- Commenced as a civil war between Parliament and King, culminating in the execution of Charles I of England and the establishment of a republican Protectorate.
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 Revolution - Gurupedia
Political revolutions are often characterised by violence, and the vast changes in power structures that result can often result in further, institutionalised, violence, as in the Russian and
French revolutions (with the "Purges" and "the Terror", respectively).
A political revolution is the forcible replacement of one set of rulers with another (as happened in France and Russia), while a social revolution is the fundamental change in the social structure of a society, such as the
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 Chinese History - The Republic of China 中華民國 event history (www.chinaknowledge.de)
In the eyes of communist historians, the year 1912 is interpreted as the end of the feudal age and the begin of the age of bourgeois rulership after a bourgeois revolution (1911 was the year xinhai 辛亥 according to the traditional Chinese calendric system, the revolution is hence called Xinhai geming 辛亥革命).
Under the impression of the October Revolution in Russia and the May Fourth Movement (wusi yundong 五四運動) the Communist Party of China (Zhongguo gongchandang 中國共產黨, short: Zhonggong 中共) was founded on July 1, 1921 under the guideline of the Moscow-lead Communist International (Comintern; Gongchan guoji 共產國際).
Goal of the communist party was the guidance of workers, peasants, and soldiers to the socialist revolution, the abolition of private ownership of production equipment, the takeover of the state power and the construction of the dictatorship of the proletariate, the abolition of social classes, and the realization of communism.
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 1911 revolution anhui province fujiang province henan province
Uma Itonaocoitonaocooco is an event to which the revolution party member in cheap and new martial that leads bear Naki on October 26, 1908 of Yoroco stationing roused by him/herself to action.
The attack position on the part of the revolution army at state recapture campaign of I revolution..gingery..
sentence's after the revolution of I depriving of the position of a large generalissimo of the temporary Republic of China.
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It is two revolution associations named the literature compy d the competitive exhibition that a revolutionary agitation original besides the allice association is advced that prepared the uprising.
In addition, the revolution army without a complete guidce orgization was a forced do carry out of of colonel commdt d former of the Democrat, d placed in the representative of the revolution political power.
The each ministry government that hears the report of the revolution success in Jig Yiwu becomes a center the bureaucrat d Sat of the Democrat d declares the secession at the Qing dynasty.
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 Revolution: Pets and Animal Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Carnival of Revolution This is the first history of the revolutions that toppled communism in Europe to look behind...
the conquest of the islands in 1565 and the revolution of 1898.
Revolt - Recounting the conspiracy, battles and betrayal of the revolution on the island of Cebu in 1898.
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 Nine Commentaries - Sound of Hope Radio Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Another one of Mao's claims that is similarly famous is that the Cultural Revolution should be conducted "every seven or eight years." [5] Repetitive use of force is an important means for the CCP to maintain its ruling in China.
During the Cultural Revolution, it was all too common that fathers and sons tortured each other, husbands and wives struggled with each other, mothers and daughters reported on each other, and students and teachers treated each other as enemies.
[2] Xinhai Revolution (or Hsinhai Revolution), named for the Chinese year of Xinhai (1911), was the overthrow (October 10, 1911-February 12, 1912) of China's ruling Qing Dynasty and the establishment of the Republic of China.
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 Chinese Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the full story of the war that led to the communist seizure of power on mainland China, see Chinese Civil War.
For the initial revolution that overthrew the Qing Dynasty, see Xinhai Revolution.
For the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, see Cultural Revolution.
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 China History Forum, chinese history forum > Chinese Revolution - Xinhai 辛亥革命   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
He initiated a revolution to overthrow the Qing dynasty, and establish a republic in China, overthrowing 2000 years of imperialism in China.
Politically speaking, the 1911 Revolution was a decisive break with the past.
Later, during the May Fourth Revolution in 1919, even Confucianism as a way of life and a body of social thought was under attack.
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 CHAPTER XIII
Revolution is a massive movement and "it is common in such a movement to demand from its members surrender of individuality to the movement."
Revolution or salvation of the whole (the nation and its exploited people) was the pressing matter of the moment.
Actually, the liberation of the whole (revolution) is the essential prerequisite for the liberation of the individual (enlightenment) for which it has laid the foundation.
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 revolution - Anarchopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In contrast, a coup d'etat often seeks to change nothing more than the current ruler.
American Revolution -- (1776) -- Established independence of the 13 colonies from England, creating the republic of the United States of America
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 Wikinfo | Wuchang Uprising   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The Wuchang Uprising (武昌起義 Wǔchang Qǐyì) of October 1911, started the Xinhai Revolution, which triggered the collapse of the Qing Dynasty and establishment of the Republic of China.
In 1900, the ruling Qing Dynasty decided to create a modernized army, called the "New Army".
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 The Ultimate Revolution Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
The Ultimate Revolution Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
American Revolution -- (1776) -- Established independence of the 13 colonies from Great Britain, creating the republic of the United States of America
The revolutionary character of these events (compared to others in this article) is widely disputed.
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 Chinese Revolution - Xinhai 辛亥革命 - China History Forum, chinese history forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Chinese Revolution - Xinhai 辛亥革命 - China History Forum, chinese history forum
China History Forum is an online chinese history forum, discussion board or community for all who are interested in learning and discussing chinese history from prehistoric till modern times, including chinese art of war, chinese culture topics.
It is true that the 1911 Revolution broke out and developed without the active help of foreign powers.
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 The Epoch Times | Epoch Times Commentaries on the Communist Party - Part 1
Mao’s famous words plainly betray this logic of the survival of the fittest: “With 800 million people, how can it work without struggle?”
Another one of Mao’s claims that is similarly famous is that the Cultural Revolution should be conducted “every seven or eight years.” [5] Repetitive use of force is an important means for the CCP to maintain its ruling in China.
[2] Xinhai Revolution (or Hsinhai Revolution), named for the Chinese year of Xinhai (1911), was the overthrow (October 10, 1911-February 12, 1912) of China’s ruling Qing Dynasty and the establishment of the Republic of China.
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 Xinhai Revolution - China History - China
The Xinhai Revolution (or Hsinhai Revolution, Chinese languageChinese: 辛亥革命; pinyin: Xīnh?i G?m?ng), named for the Chinese year of Xinhai (1911), was the overthrow (October 10, 1911-February 12, 1912) of China's ruling Qing Dynasty and the establishment of the Republic of China.
The revolution began with the armed Wuchang Uprising and the spread of republican insurrection through the southern provinces, and culminated in the abdication of the Henry PuyiXuantong Emperor after lengthy negotiations between rival Imperial and Republican regimes based in Beijing and Nanjing respectively.
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