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HST303 L9 EoW

China, Japan & East Asia in World History - Lecture 9: Era of Warlords

The _____ process was bankrupt Constitutional
_____ government ceased to exist from 1916 – 1928 Central
Many local authorities became _____ independent
Some chambers of commerce maintained their own armed forces; some even conducted _____ with foreign governments negotiations
Much _____ _____ emerged, particularly in Shanghai Organized crime
_____ was widespread in the countryside Banditry
The armed forces of the early Republican era had maintained _____ _____armies. separate provincial
_____ _____ stepped into the vacuum and became local, independent warlords Military commanders
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