The Chinese Revolution In 1912, the Republic of China was formed when the Manchu Emperor ____ _____ stepped down (abdicated). The leader of the Revolution that overthrew the old regime was________ ___

The Chinese Revolution In 1912, the Republic of China was formed when the Manchu Emperor ____ _____ stepped down (abdicated). The leader of the Revolution that overthrew the old regime was________ ____________ __________, who is known as the ‘Father of the Chinese Revolution’ and is still honored in both China and Taiwan for this role. In his vision for the Revolution, he proposed 3 principles: 1.____________________, 2.____________________, 3.________________________. Although _____ _____ ______ was the Father of the modern Chinese nation, he was not its first President. That person was _________ _________________, a leading ______________ who later tried to become Emperor! The new Chinese Republic had many problems; it was still weak and divided among the ______________s. China was so weak that it was ignored at the WW1 peace conference, with the European victors keeping their rights and privileges in China. In some areas, control was even given to other countries. This created a lot of anger inside China, which came forward in the _______ ___________ Movement, a student protest that foreshadowed student-led protests in China. At the time of the Revolution, _____ _____ ______ had formed a political party called the ________________________ which later became the ruling party in China under __________ _______ _____________. Knowledge List and Explain Sun Yat-Sen’s 3 principles 1. 2. 3. Explanation How did Dr. Sun’s 3 Principles address the problems that China was facing in the early 20th century? 1. 2. 3. Conceptual – Evaluation By allowing a warlord (Yuan Shikai) to become the Chinese Republic’s 1st President, did Dr. Sun abandon his leadership of the Chinese Revolution? Explain your answer

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