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Huang Xing and the Hekou Uprising in Yunnan
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Pages: 130-137
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Journal of National Museum of Chinese History

Keyword:  Huang XingYunnanHekou Uprising;
Abstract: In 1908, the United League of China launched an uprising at Hekou in Yunnan and failed. People like Sun Yat-sen attributed its failure to Huang Xing, who was absent from commanding at Hekou, while Feng Ziyou and others believed it had been caused by Huang Xing’s departure from Hekou. Is it true that it was Huang Xing who determined the fate of the Hekou Uprising? Through constant discoveries and researches of related historical materials, the author concludes that Huang did not play such a decisive role as people had imagined; he neither facilitated the development of the uprising, nor caused its failure. Nevertheless, the fact that Huang left Hekou without notice was a stain in his revolutionary career.
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