|Date: 21 - 24 November 2014|
Result: Victory of the NLP revolutionaries
|Territorial changes: N/A|
|Commanders and leaders|
|N/A||Victory in Tongyo Uprising|
|Casualties and losses|
The Mǎ Revolution was a brief revolution that overthrew the Concordia Association and to re-establish the Kingdom of Meijing. The revolution arose mainly in response to the decline of the ruling party of the Empire of Meijing. Many anti-fascist groups, with the support of Meijinese revolutionaries in exile, succeeded to overthrow the Concordia Association.
On 23 November 2014, the revolutionaries led an uprising in Tongyo. The revolutionaries captured southern Tongyo, including the city centre. The uprising lasted for six hours, later on the Imperial Meijinese Military surrendered to the NLP Revolutionaries.
The Shan'an Uprising was the last uprising that served as the catalyst to the revolution, ending the Concordia Association's rule. On 24 November 2014, the NLP revolutionaries led an uprising in Shan'an, the legislative city of Meijing. The rebels occupied the western district, as well as the northern area of Shan'an. Later on in the day, the Concordia Association agreed to surrender to the revolutionaries due to that most of CA's restricted areas have been occupied by the revolutionaries. In the evening, Po Xiu was forcibly removed from power and the Concordia Association along with the Empire of Meijing collapsed.
Fall of the Empire of MeijingEdit
Just after the Concordia Association collapsed, the empire fell with it. However, the imperial colonies of Meijing remains under Meijinese territory, but instead known as the 'Meijinese Oversees Territories'. Qi Rongji (leader of the NLP) succeeded as Prime Minister, bringing democracy that was fobidden during the CA rule.