Talk:Warlord Era

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An enduring legacy of this era was the injection of provincialism into national politics as characterized by Chiang's Whampoa clique, Mao Zedong's Hunan clique, and Jiang Zemin's Shanghai clique.

There isn't any historical connection between any of the warlord groups and any of the modern groups after that.

Roadrunner 21:38, 26 July 2006 (UTC)

coinage[edit]

What was the first use of the term "warlord era", and how did it come about? Was it coined by Chiang, or by historians? Elle vécut heureuse à jamais (Be eudaimonic!) 03:30, 28 July 2006 (UTC)

Foreign reaction[edit]

I don't know if it is stated in this article, but how exactly did the foreign powers react to this chaotic disruption of their trade interests, did these warlords cooperate with the foreigners? and how did the europeans and japanese react to changes in power among the warlords within their spheres of influence? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 99.148.26.219 (talk) 03:27, 16 February 2010 (UTC)