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  • China
    Wednesday Nov 1, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Appointing Yuan Shikai as The Prime Minister of The Imperial Cabinet

    China
    Wednesday Nov 1, 1911

    On 1 November 1911, the Qing government appointed Yuan Shikai as the prime minister of the imperial cabinet, replacing Prince Qing.




  • China
    Friday Nov 3, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Turning The Qing to a Constitutional Monarchy

    China
    Friday Nov 3, 1911

    On 3 November, after a proposition by Cen Chunxuan from the Constitutional Monarchy Movement, in 1903, the Qing court passed the Nineteen Articles, which turned the Qing from an autocratic system with the emperor having unlimited power to a constitutional monarchy.




  • Shanghai, China
    Friday Nov 3, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Launching Shanghai Armed Uprising

    Shanghai, China
    Friday Nov 3, 1911

    On 3 November, Shanghai's Tongmenghui, Guangfuhui and merchants led by Chen Qimei, Li Pingsu, Zhang Chengyou, Li Yingshi, Li Xiehe and Song Jiaoren organized an armed rebellion in Shanghai. They received the support of local police officers.




  • Shanghai, China
    Saturday Nov 4, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Capturing The Jiangnan Workshop

    Shanghai, China
    Saturday Nov 4, 1911

    The rebels captured the Jiangnan Workshop on the 4th and captured Shanghai soon after.




  • Guizhou, China
    Saturday Nov 4, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Guizhou Uprising

    Guizhou, China
    Saturday Nov 4, 1911

    On 4 November, Zhang Bailin of the revolutionary party in Guizhou led an uprising along with New Army units and students from the military academy. They immediately captured Guiyang and established the Great Han Guizhou Military Government, electing Yang Jincheng and Zhao Dequan as the chief and vice governor.




  • Zhejiang, China
    Saturday Nov 4, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Zhejiang Uprising

    Zhejiang, China
    Saturday Nov 4, 1911

    Also on 4 November, revolutionaries in Zhejiang urged the New Army units in Hangzhou to launch an uprising. Zhu Rui, Wu Siyu, Lu Gongwang and others of the New Army captured the military supplies workshop. Other units, led by Chiang Kai-shek and Yin Zhirei , captured most of the government offices. Eventually, Hangzhou was under the control of the revolutionaries, and the constitutionist Tang Shouqian was elected as the military governor.




  • Mexico City, Mexico
    Monday Nov 6, 1911

    Mexican Revolution

    Madero Won The Election decisively and Was Inaugurated as President

    Mexico City, Mexico
    Monday Nov 6, 1911

    Some supporters criticized Madero for displaying weakness in not simply seizing the presidency from Diaz, and for failing to pass immediate reforms; however, by following the electoral process, Madero established a liberal democracy and received support from the United States and popular leaders such as Orozco, Villa, and Zapata. Francisco León de la Barra became interim president of Mexico, pending an election to be held in October 1911. Madero won the election decisively and was inaugurated as president in November 1911.


  • Thessaloniki, Greece
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    David Ben-Gurion

    A Jewish city that has no equal in the world

    Thessaloniki, Greece
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    On 7 November 1911, Ben-Gurion arrived in Thessaloniki in order to learn Turkish for his law studies. The city, which had a large Jewish community, impressed Ben-Gurion, who called it "a Jewish city that has no equal in the world". He also realized there that "the Jews were capable of all types of work".


  • Jiangsu, China
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Jiangsu Restoration

    Jiangsu, China
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    On 5 November, Jiangsu constitutionists and gentry urged Qing governor Cheng Dequan to announce independence and established the Jiangsu Revolutionary Military Government with Cheng himself as the governor. Unlike some of the other cities, anti-Manchu violence began after the restoration on 7 November in Zhenjiang. Qing general Zaimu agreed to surrender, but because of a misunderstanding, the revolutionaries were unaware that their safety was guaranteed. The Manchu quarters were ransacked, and an unknown number of Manchus were killed. Zaimu, feeling betrayed, committed suicide. This is regarded as the Zhenjiang Uprising.


  • Guangxi, China
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Guangxi Uprising

    Guangxi, China
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    On 7 November, the Guangxi politics department decided to secede from the Qing government, announcing Guangxi's independence. Qing Governor Shen Bingkun was allowed to remain governor, but Lu Rongting would soon become the new governor.Lu Rongting would later rise to prominence during the "warlord era" as one of the warlords, and his bandits controlled Guangxi for more than a decade. Under the leadership of Huang Shaohong, the Muslim law student Bai Chongxi enlisted in a Dare to Die unit to fight as a revolutionary.


  • Anhui, China
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Anhui Uprising

    Anhui, China
    Tuesday Nov 7, 1911

    Members of Anhui's Tongmenghui also launched an uprising on 7 November and laid siege to the provincial capital. The constitutionists persuaded Zhu Jiabao, the Qing Governor of Anhui, to announce independence.


  • Guangdong, China
    Wednesday Nov 8, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Discussing With The Local Representatives a Proposal For Guangdong's Independence

    Guangdong, China
    Wednesday Nov 8, 1911

    On 8 November, after being persuaded by Hu Hanmin, General Li Zhun and Long Jiguang of the Guangdong Navy agreed to support the revolution. The Qing viceroy of Liangguang, Zhang Mingqi, was forced to discuss with the local representatives a proposal for Guangdong's independence. They decided to announce it the next day. Chen Jiongming then captured Huizhou.


  • Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
    Wednesday Nov 8, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Molin Pass Uprising

    Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
    Wednesday Nov 8, 1911

    On 8 November, supported by the Tongmenghui, Xu Shaozhen of the New Army announced an uprising in Molin Pass, 30 km (19 mi) away from Nanking City. Xu Shaozhen, Chen Qimei and other generals decided to form a united army under Xu to strike Nanking together.


  • Shanghai, China
    Wednesday Nov 8, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    The Rebels Established The Shanghai Military Government

    Shanghai, China
    Wednesday Nov 8, 1911

    On 8 November, The rebels established the Shanghai Military Government and elected Chen Qimei as the military governor. He would eventually become one of the founders of the ROC four big families, along with some of the most well-known families of the era.


  • Guangdong, China
    Thursday Nov 9, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Guangdong Independence

    Guangdong, China
    Thursday Nov 9, 1911

    On 9 November, Guangdong announced its independence and established a military government. They elected Hu Hanmin and Chen Jiongming as the chief and vice governor. Qiu Fengjia is known to have helped make the independence declaration more peaceful. It was unknown at the time if representatives from the European colonies of Hong Kong and Macau would be ceded to the new government.


  • China
    Thursday Nov 9, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Huang Xing invited Yuan Shikai To Join The Republic

    China
    Thursday Nov 9, 1911

    On 9 November, Huang Xing even cabled Yuan Shikai and invited him to join the Republic.


  • Fujian, China
    Saturday Nov 11, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Fujian Independence

    Fujian, China
    Saturday Nov 11, 1911

    On 11 November, the entire Fujian province declared independence. The Fujian Military Government was established, and Sun Daoren was elected as the military governor.


  • Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, China
    Saturday Nov 11, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    The United Army Headquarters Was Established In Zhenjiang

    Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, China
    Saturday Nov 11, 1911

    On 11 November, the united army headquarters was established in Zhenjiang.


  • Shandong, China
    Monday Nov 13, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Shandong Independence

    Shandong, China
    Monday Nov 13, 1911

    On 13 November, persuaded by revolutionary Din Weifen and several other officers of the New Army, the Qing governor of Shandong, Sun Baoqi, agreed to secede from the Qing government and announced Shandong's independence.


  • Ningxia, China
    Friday Nov 17, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Ningxia Uprising

    Ningxia, China
    Friday Nov 17, 1911

    On 17 November, Ningxia the Tongmenghui launched the Ningxia Uprising. The revolutionaries sent Yu Youren to Zhangjiachuan to meet Dungan Sufi master Ma Yuanzhang to persuade him not to support the Qing. However, Ma did not want to endanger his relationship with the Qings. He sent the eastern Gansu Muslim militia under the command of one of his sons to help Ma Qi crush the Ningxia Gelaohui.


  • Guang'an, Sichuan, China
    Tuesday Nov 21, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Organizing The Great Han Shu Northern Military Government

    Guang'an, Sichuan, China
    Tuesday Nov 21, 1911

    On 21 November, Guang'an organized the Great Han Shu northern Military Government.


  • Sichuan, China
    Wednesday Nov 22, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Sichuan Independence

    Sichuan, China
    Wednesday Nov 22, 1911

    On 22 November, Chengdu and Sichuan began to declare independence.


  • Ningxia, China
    Thursday Nov 23, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Establishing The Ningxia Revolutionary Military Government

    Ningxia, China
    Thursday Nov 23, 1911

    The Ningxia Revolutionary Military Government was established on 23 November. Some of the revolutionaries involved included Huang Yue and Xiang Shen, who gathered New Army forces at Qinzhou.


  • Sichuan, China
    Monday Nov 27, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    The Great Han Sichuan Military Government Was Established

    Sichuan, China
    Monday Nov 27, 1911

    By the 27th, the Great Han Sichuan Military Government was established, headed by revolutionary Pu Dianzun. Qing official Duan Fang would also be killed.


  • China
    Tuesday Nov 28, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    Wuchang and Hanyang Had Fallen back To The Qing Army

    China
    Tuesday Nov 28, 1911

    On 28 November 1911, Wuchang and Hanyang had fallen back to the Qing army


  • Ayala, Morelos, Mexico
    Tuesday Nov 28, 1911

    Mexican Revolution

    Plan of Ayala

    Ayala, Morelos, Mexico
    Tuesday Nov 28, 1911

    In response to this lack of action, Zapata promulgated the Plan de Ayala in November 1911, declaring himself in rebellion against Madero. He renewed guerrilla warfare in the state of Morelos. Madero sent the Federal Army to deal with Zapata, unsuccessfully.


  • Wuhan, Hubei, China
    Thursday Nov 30, 1911

    Xinhai Revolution

    The Revolutionaries Convened Their First Conference

    Wuhan, Hubei, China
    Thursday Nov 30, 1911

    the revolutionaries convened their first conference at the British concession in Hankou on 30 November.


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