November 27, 1912, the Qing troops captured Hanyang occupied by the Revolutionist. This is the climax of the victory of the Qing Army. Although it was the New Army to trigger the 1911 Revolution, their training and weapons could not compete with the Northern Army. However, yuan Shikai chose to settle the issue with political rather than military means. Soon afterward he propose a cease-fire with Wuchang, and the direction of revolution led to the direction of peaceful negotiations. Regarding the situation of the New Army in the revolution, you may refer to our research finding: Liu Feng-han, "On New Army and the 1911 Republican Revolution", in Collected Articles from the Conference on 1911 Republican Revolution.
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