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1926 in China

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Centuries:  18th 19th 20th 21st
1926 in China
Decades:  1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s


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  • Events

  • March 12 - Japanese warship bombards the Taku Forts, killing several Guominjun troops guarding the forts. Guominjun troops fired back in retaliation and drive the warship out of the Tanggu harbor.
  • March 16 - Ambassadors representing eight countries that were signatory nations to the Boxer Protocol send an ultimatum to the Beiyang Government under Duan Qirui, demanding that the Duan government destroy all defense establishments on the Taku Forts.
  • March 18 - March 18 Massacre in Beijing.
  • April - Guominjun ousts Duan Qirui's government and releases the deposed ex-president Cao Kun to appease the Zhili clique. Conclusion of Anti-Fengtian War.
  • June - Chiang Kai-shek became the Commander-in-Chief of the National Revolutionary Army
  • July 9 - KMT launches Northern Expedition.
  • October - Conclusion of the Canton-Hong Kong strike.
  • October 16 - Explosion of ammunition on the Chinese troopship Kuang Yuang, near Kiukiang, China
  • Deaths

  • April 26 - Shao Piaoping
  • References

    1926 in China Wikipedia

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