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1 title Chinas Revolutionary Century Part IV: The Republic ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 08 Apr 2013

2 Terms for Chinas Revolutionary Century

3 Hong Xiuquan (Huaxian, now Huaduqu); Kang Youwei (Nanhai); Sun Yat- sen (Cuiheng village, Xiangshanxian, now Zhongshanxian)

4 Sun Yat-sen

5 Yuan Shikai, 1912

6 Chen Duxiu ( )

7 New Youth magazine

8 Lu Xun [Zhou Shuren] ( )

9 Hu Shi ( )

10 Li Dazhou

11 Warlord China – mid-1920s

12 Chiang Kai-shek ( ) at Whampoa, 1924

13 advertisement for Golden Dragon cigarettes, 1925

14 Whampoa Military Academy, c. 1925

15 National Humiliation Illustrated (c )

16 Zhang Zuolin ( )

17 Northern Expedition, phase 1

18 Northern Expedition, phase 2

19 Canton, December 1927

20 Chiang Kai-shek marries Soong May-ling (1 December 1927)

21 Charlie Soong (c ) as a student at Vanderbilt

22 the Soong Sisters (Ailing, Qingling, Meiling)

23 Zhang Zuolins RR car (June 1928)

24 Zhang Xueliang ( )

25 Mukden Incident / 9-1-8

26 Japan in NE Asia / Manchukuo

27 CCP-controlled areas, early 1930s

28 CCP Soviets,

29 Long March, phase 1

30 Long March, phase 2

31 Xian (Sian) Incident, December 1936

32 NY Daily News: Shanghai,23 Dec 1936: Mei-ling Soong, most beautiful woman in China, began dickering today with a one-time opium addict, Chang Hsueh-Liang, for the ransom of her kidnapped husband, Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, dictator of over 300,000,000 Chinese.

33 The crisis ends…

34 (the end)

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