Infographic Template Galleries

Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Chinese Revolution of 1911 The Manchu dynasty had ruled China since 1644. As foreigners fromManchuria, theystruggled to keepthe loyalty of the Chinese people. The first decade of the 20th centurywitnessed social and political unrestin China. Students formed revolutionarysocieties in the context of worldwidestruggles for political liberation. The Russo-Japanese Warfirmly established Asianclaims, and this greatlyweakened the Manchu Dynasty. A revolutionary organization raidedweapon stores for artillery. Theorganization's leaders soon gotimprisoned but the rest wereacross the Yangtze River inHankou to be implicated in the rebellion. The soldiers mutinied onOctober 10th and took overthe city. They soon declaredan open revolt againstthe Manchu Dynasty. The soldiers mutinied onOctober 10th, destroyedthe governor's home, andtook over the city of Hankou.They soon declared anopen revolt against theManchu Dynasty. The revolts served as a rally cryto motivate disaffected elementsof Chinese society. This culminatedin the rebel control of all theprovinces located in the YangtzeValley. The rebels soon declared thatChina should be a republic andChinese administrators acceptedthe decline and fall of the ManchuDynasty. Sun Yat-Sen, a revolutionaryideologue was sworn in aspresident on January 1st1912. This formed a nationalassembly that elected manymore leaders from that day. The revolution removed theinstitution of monarchy fromChina. This movement reflecteda growing trend in Chinesepolitical culture. By: Bobby Swift
Create Your Free Infographic!