The Boxer And The Battle Of The Qing Dynasty

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An uprising that occurred in 1911 to the Qing Dynasty that ended the dynasty, making China become republic during the year 1912; the Boxer Rebellion had weakened the dynasty. The Boxer Protocol of September 1901 protecting Beijing and all officials of both Chinese government and Boxer were to be charged with the uprising. The boxer rebellion ended those terms. In 1900 a Chinese secret organization known as the Society of the Righteous and Harmonious Fists created a revolution toward the spread of Japanese and Western authority in northern china. Rebels were known to westerners as boxers; the boxers practiced special exercises physically to take bullets and killed Chinese Christians and ruined property. If Archduke Francis Ferdinand who was the heir to the throne of Austria –Hungary, had not been assassinated; his plan to transform and create a federation for all Austrian Slavs would have been implemented. Nationalist Slavs had yearned for unity among all Slavs to be free; this movement pledged a strong sense of nationalism for the race of Slavic nationality. Pan-Slavism is a principle and movement to unite all Slavs and all Slavic people to one nation and be addressed as an independent nation. During 1879 Germany and Austria promised one another a neutral stance to each other; this alliance was anti-Russian. Later in 1882 it became a triple alliance to become anti-French, when Italy joined Germany and Austria’s original alliance. While Russia and France entered their own
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