The Hupeh revolutionary movement, 1900-1912 : a study of the role of the new-style army
This thesis studies the revolutionary movement in Hupeh from 1900 to 1912 with special reference to the role of the new-style army„ It attempts to show that the modernization of the Chinese army after 1895 changed the military tradition, thereby creating the circumstances in which the modern army became a centre of revolutionary ferment. It also describes the process by which the Hupeh army was infiltrated and subverted, and attempts to explain why the revolution erupted in Hupeh and...[Show more]
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