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Traitors on the Borderlands: A Muslim perspective on the Xinhai revolution

Abstract:

In the wake of the Wuchang uprising, the first major town in the Northwest to fall to the revolutionaries was Lingzhou, in Ningxia prefecture, Gansu. The reign of the 'Han Restoration Army of Lingzhou' lasted for several weeks, when it was crushed by a predominantly Muslim, loyalist militia force. Several sources on the Lingzhou uprising describe the execution of three Muslim 'traitors' who were aligned with the revolutionaries. This article explores the cause that these 'traitors' betrayed i...

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Journal:
Inner Asia
Volume:
14
Issue:
2
Pages:
323-341
Publication date:
2012-01-01
EISSN:
2210-5018
ISSN:
1464-8172
URN:
uuid:c23c192d-71a6-4f80-8869-88b490e6fda5
Source identifiers:
388810
Local pid:
pubs:388810

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