The Charkhlik revolt was a Uighur uprising in 1935 against Chinese Muslim-dominated Tunganistan, which was administered by the 36th Division. The Chinese Muslim troops quickly and brutally defeated the Uighur revolt. Over 100 Uighurs were executed. The revolt leader's family were made hostages.
|Part of Xinjiang Wars|
|Commanders and leaders|
|36th Division around 10,000 Chinese Muslim cavalry and infantry||Unknown number of Uighur fighters|
|Casualties and losses|
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