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  1. Beijing Coup - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Beijing coup refers to the October 1924 coup d'etat by Feng Yuxiang against Chinese President Cao Kun, leader of the Zhili warlord faction. Feng called it the ...
  2. Coup in Beijing, Says Chinese Internet Rumor Mill | Regime ...

    Coup in Beijing, Says Chinese Internet Rumor Mill . Epoch Times Staff Created: March 20, 2012 Last Updated: April 3, 2012. Related articles: China » Regime.
  3. Prison Planet.com » Rumors Circulate Of Military Coup In Beijing

    Related posts: China Makes Arrests, Shuts Down Websites Over Coup Rumors; China Has Censored All Mention Of The Rumored Coup; Beijing orders microbloggers to register ...
  4. Tanks in Beijing - Possible Coup - Topix - Topix: Your town ...

    Why the coup rumours in China aren’t going away MARK MACKINNON Beijing— Globe and Mail Update Posted on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 2:03PM EDT
  5. Beijing 3 19 - Search - SafeSearch.net

    The Beijing coup refers to the October 1924 coup d'etat by Feng Yuxiang against Chinese President Cao Kun, leader of the Zhili warlord faction.
  6. Beijing 3 19 Coup - Search

    The Beijing coup refers to the October 1924 coup d'etat by Feng Yuxiang against Chinese President Cao Kun, leader of the Zhili warlord faction.
  7. Coup in China? - Noel Jan Tyl

    News reports are suggesting the possibility of a military coup, ... were reported in the streets of Beijing. Xinhua stopped reporting domestic news after 23:00 3/19.
  8. Cross-Strait Talks: A Propaganda Coup for Beijing | The Diplomat

    The most significant result of the February 2014 cross-strait talks is just how much Beijing gained in propaganda terms.
  9. Words Related to ‘Coup’ in Beijing Censored on Weibo ...

    Words Related to ‘Coup’ in Beijing Censored on Weibo . By Matthew Robertson Epoch Times Staff Created: March 20, 2012 Last Updated: April 3, 2012.
  10. The Ferrari Accident And The 3.19 Coup In Beijing

    The Ferrari Accident And The 3.19 Coup In Beijing: ... Now, information released via blogs about Zhou Yongkang's coup on March 19, 2012, is not being deleted.