- Chinese Revolution
The Chinese Revolution can refer to:
- Chinese Revolution (1911) or the Xinhai Revolution, the overthrow of the Qing Dynasty and establishment of the Republic of China
- Second Chinese Revolution, the 1913 rebellion against Yuan Shikai
- Chinese Revolution (1925–27), another name for the Northern Expedition
- Chinese Revolution (1949), the victory of the Communist Party of China in the final stage of the Chinese Civil War
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