Chinas Game of Thrones - Chinese Warlord Era 1922-1928 (Documentary)00:30:29

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The Chinese Warlord Era was a violent period of chaos and civil war in which multiple factions (so called cliques) fought each other over supremacy in China. After the first Anhui-Zhili War the situation escalated further and more players joined this game of thrones.

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