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Why did Chinese Nationalism fail?
Western influence was the major cause of China changing to a republic in 1911. Western powers caused Nationalism to flourish in China which eventually made the Chinese people want their own government so that they could resist the west.
From the 18th century the west caused internal strife in China, until the Chinese Dynasties finally collapsed in 1911. The Boxer Rebellion was caused by anti-western people openly attacking Europeans because they felt that Westerners were causing so many problems in China. The Chinese Dynasty was a target of the Boxers as well, but quickly managed to us…
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- Why did Chinese Nationalism fail?
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