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Flag of Ningxia
Is this a real regional, separatist or historical flag of Ningxia? -- Himasaram 02:52, 12 August 2006 (UTC)
According to crwflags.com, this is the flag used by the three warlords Ma Bufang, Ma Hongkui, and Ma Hongbin, who ruled the provinces of Qinghai, Gansu and Ningxia respectively. The Ma's were a family of warlords originating from Gansu who ruled these northwestern regions for several decades before the communists arrived. -- ran (talk) 15:51, 14 August 2006 (UTC)
- Thanks for the explanation! I started an article on Xibei San Ma and used some of your wordings there; only a stub for now. -- Himasaram 22:22, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
- crwflags.com is an unreliable website. It contains completely false information, claiming that Ma Hongkui fled to turkey (in reality, he fled to taiwan, then the united states, he had zero connections with turkey). And ma bufang never proclaimed himself sultan. The flag was never used by the ningxia government, and its not even a regional flag.Дунгане (talk) 04:45, 22 July 2010 (UTC)
guominjun rule and governor Men Zhizhong
Ningxia was under Guominjun rule under Governor Men Zhizhong. The Kuomintang affiliated Ma Clique ousted Men and the Guominjun, we need to add this to the article histoty and create an article on Governor Men.
After discussing the problem with the Ningxia governor Meng Zhizhong, Liu assigned his junior official Yu ... Yu actively supported the old officials and asked the revolutionaries to surrender, arresting people from Ningxia and sending them ...
Title Inner Asia, Volume 4, Issues 1-2 Contributor University of Cambridge. Mongolia & Inner Asia Studies Unit Publisher The White Horse Press for the Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit at the University of Cambridge, 2002 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Sep 3, 2008 Page 746
stayed at Ningxia's normal school, and was free to roam the city. As an officer in the Citizen Army, Rabdan was an old friend of Su Yusheng a one-time bandit commander whose 1 5th Cavalry Division was General Men Zhizhong's major ...
Title Young Mongols and vigilantes in inner Mongolia's interregnum decades, 1911-1931, Volume 2 Volume 6 of Brill's Inner Asian library Young Mongols and Vigilantes in Inner Mongolia's Interregnum Decades, 1911-1931, Christopher Pratt Atwood, ISBN 9004126074, 9789004126077 Author Christopher Pratt Atwood Publisher Brill, 2002 ISBN 9004128727, 9789004128729 Length 1168 pages Subjects Political Science › Political Ideologies › Nationalism & Patriotism
The only city in Gansu which had not yet seen his Hui troops was Ningxia, and thence he went, crossing the corridor in forced marches and taking the city in April, 1929. He drove out Men Zhizhong, who had led the Guominjun over Niuxinshan ...
Title The border world of Gansu, 1895-1935 Author Jonathan Neaman Lipman Publisher Stanford University, 1980 Length 686 pages Subjects Religion › Islam › General
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