Beijing May 4Th Movement Monument Online Resources
General Links on the May the 4Th Movement :
Modern History - The May the 4Th Movement (1919)
A Short Summary on the origins and nature of the May the 4Th 1919 AD Political Movement.
By the University of Columbia, USA.
A Short Explanation of the Article 156 of the Versailles Treaty that ended World War I for Europe and the Betrayal of China by putting Shandong from German Hands into Japanese Hands.
A long but not too detailed information page with Maps and Photos on the 20Th Century Warlord Era in China, beginning with the disintegration of the First Republic of China.
A long information page with on the Beijing City and Province Government during the Warlord Era (1916 AD - 1928 AD). The Beiyang Government ordered the suppression of the May the 4Th Protests in Beijing. By Wikipedia.org
A Lenghty Information Page with multiple angles on the May the 4th Protest in Beijing and the subsequent Political Movement that swept China. By IBiblio.Org.org
Short page on Li Dazhao, early 20Th Century Beijing Writer and co-founder of the China Communist Party in Shanghai in 1921.
Short Page on Chen Duxiu, founding Leader of the May 4Th Movement, New
Short Page on Zhu Qianzhi, influential thinker of China's early Revolution and the May 4Th Movement.
The May the 4Th Movement (1919)
Lenghty article describing the backgrounds of the May 4Th 1919 Student Protests in Beijing sparking a National Movement.
By the Wikipedia.org
Culture Movement and founder of the China Communist Party.
A short page on Li Shicen, early 20Th Century Chinese Philosopher inspired by Nietzche and influential thinker behind the May 4Th 1919 AD Movement. By Wikipedia.org
Leaders of the May 4Th Movement :
Jingshan Pailou Gate, the scene of the December 12Th 1936 Anti-Japanese Student Protest in Beijing, taking the route of the Avenue of the May the 4Th.
China in Ideological Reorganization, 1912-1921: Intellectual Changes 中國思想改革 - Lenghty discussion of the Political Events and emotions leading up to the May the 4Th 1919 AD and its Movement.