Larger states appeared and internal conflicts ultimately led to the Warring States Period.
Regional rulers had armies and fought among each other.
An anti-Christian, anti-foreign rebellion against European people in China. It was fueled by nationalism and opposed European imperialism.
The regional armies mutinied and Yuan Shikai (the most powerful regional warlord) was elected president after Yuan and opposed all of Yuan's policies.
The Communist forces, led by Mao, pursued by Chiang Kai-shek's forces.
Chiang Kai-shek flees.
Mao declares the People's Republic.
Given by the Fujiwara.
He led a revolutionary movement in 1908 which ultimately failed. He was president for a short period and his ideas were opposed by Yuan Shikai.
He succeeded as the leader of the Guomindang after Sun died. He began to modernize China.
Reforms that modeled Chinese administration.
First and only Chinese Empress
Fujiwara clan dominated.
They developed a feudal system.