|Part of Xinjiang Wars|
|Soviet Union||Kirghiz rebels|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Unknown number of Chinese and Chinese Muslim troops||Kyrgyz irregulars|
|Casualties and losses|
The Kirghiz rebellion occurred when Kyrgyz irregulars in Xinjiang revolted against the Republic of China in March 1932. The Kirghiz rebels, led by Id Mirab, revolted in the Tian Shan mountains as part of the wider Kumul Rebellion in Xinjiang, until they were quickly defeated by government forces led by Ma Shaowu, the Hui military commander of Kashgar, with the minor assistance of the Soviet Union.
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