Officeholders similar to or like Duan Qirui

Chinese warlord and politician, a commander of the Beiyang Army and the acting Chief Executive of the Republic of China (in Beijing) from 1924 to 1926. Wikipedia

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  • Feng Guozhang

    Chinese general and politician in early republican China. He held the office of Vice-President and then President of the Republic of China. Wikipedia

  • Beiyang government

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  • Feng Yü-hsiang

    Warlord and a leader of the Republic of China from Chaohu, Anhui. He served as Vice Premier of the Republic of China from 1928 to 1930. Wikipedia

  • Cao Kun

    Chinese warlord and politician, who served the President of the Republic of China from 1923 to 1924, as well as the military leader of the Zhili clique in the Beiyang Army; he also served as a trustee of the Catholic University of Peking. Born to a poor family in Tianjin. Wikipedia


    Sentences forDuan Qirui

    • During his three years of effective exile, Yuan kept contact with his close allies, including Duan Qirui, who reported to him regularly about army proceedings.Yuan Shikai-Wikipedia
    • The city came under national spotlight again in 1917, when Prime Minister Duan Qirui's abrogation of the constitution triggered the Constitutional Protection Movement.Guangzhou-Wikipedia
    • In the summer of 1920, Zhang made a foray into North China on the other side of the Great Wall, trying to topple Duan Qirui, the leading warlord of Beijing.Zhang Zuolin-Wikipedia
    • There was immense dissatisfaction with Duan Qirui's government, which had secretly negotiated with the Japanese in order to secure loans to fund their military campaigns against the south.Treaty of Versailles-Wikipedia
    • The emperor's sons publicly fought over the title of "Crown Prince", and formerly loyal subordinates like Duan Qirui and Xu Shichang left him to create their own factions.Yuan Shikai-Wikipedia
    • Involved the stalemate among Li Yuanhong and Duan Qirui in 1917, he marched on Beijing with a troop in June.Xuzhou-Wikipedia

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