Block 2 World History
Qing court maintains degree of control within China for years through pressing for either reforms or revolutions.
Emperor Guangxu is guided by reformers in reforms under the Hundred Day Reforms.
Group leaders of revolutionary groups gained control from things like the Wuchang uprising and worked together to overthrow government.
Efforts to adjust and reform traditional methods of governance were constrained by a deeply conservative court were ethnic Manchu rulers did not want to give too much authority.
Manchu armies prove themselves severely incapable of doing very well in the Qing court and come to rely themselves on local Han armies.
Qing court transfers power to the new republic, a provisional coalition government and the National Assembly are formed
King Uwei and Liang Oichao gained control with a merging as leaders of those proposing the formation of a constitutional monarchy.
Though the new government creates the Republic of China and establishes the seat of government in Nanjing, it fails to unify the country under its control.
Many reforms are forcing people to believe things they don't want to or do.
China's Qing dynasty is overthrown by moderate groups. Republic of China is then formed after the revolution.