1895 in China
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Events in the year 1895 in China.
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History of China • Timeline • Years
- Guangxu Emperor (21st year)
- January 20-February 12 - First Sino-Japanese War: Battle of Weihaiwei
- March 4 - First Sino-Japanese War: Battle of Yingkou
- April 17 - Treaty of Shimonoseki with Empire of Japan
- islands of Taiwan and Penghu ceded to Japan
- April 23 - Triple Intervention by Russian Empire, German Empire and French Third Republic.
- May 5 - Prime Minister of Japan Ito Hirobumi announces withdrawal of Japanese troops from Liaodong Peninsula
- May-October - Taiwanese Resistance to the Japanese Invasion (1895)
- August 1 - Kucheng Massacre
- Dungan Revolt (1895–96), a rebellion of various Chinese Muslim ethnic groups in Qinghai and Gansu against the Qing dynasty
- Ng Yuzin Chiautong (1972), Historical and Legal Aspects of the International Status of Taiwan (Formosa), World United Formosans for Independence (Tokyo), retrieved 2010-02-25
- Kowner, Historical Dictionary of the Russo-Japanese War, p. 375.