• M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


ON February 12, 1912, China, one of the oldest of Monarchies, became a Republic. For account of the Revolution of 1911, see THE STATESMAN’S YEAR-BOOK for 1912, pp. 699–701, and for later developments, see THE STATESMAN’S YEAK-BOOK for 1919, pp. 740–41, for 1928, p. 734, and tor 1937, p. 766.


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