The Rise of Chinese Communism and the War Years

The Rise of Chinese Communism and the War Years - -Mao...

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The Rise of Chinese Communism and the War Years REVIEW -Sun Yat-sen 1866-1925 leader of Goumingdang -Guomindang (GMD); also Kuomintang (KMT), Nationalist Party; 1905(founding of revolutionary alliance, forfather of guomindang)/1912(renamed GMD)/1919(revived) -Republic of China, 1911-29, in mainland China, 1949-present in China -Chaing Kai-Shek (Jiang Jieshi) 1887, 1975-later leader of GMD as well as ROC -Nanjing; capital of ROC(1928-37, 1945-49) -Chongqing; capital of ROC under CHaing (1938-25) -Taipei; capital of ROC (1949-present) -Chinese Communist Party(CCP)- communists 1921
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Unformatted text preview: -Mao Zedong; 1893-1976-Peoples Republic of China- 1949-present-Beijing; capital of Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Capital of PRC (1949-present)-Hong Kong TODAY-GMD and CCP did try to work together on occasion, tried to make alliances-Fought over policies, culture. -Motivation of students, mass student movements, instrumental in affecting political change.-peasantry-farmers, become important for revolution from communist perspective. HISTORIOGRAPHY-how to organize past into story so that it is relevant for us now. -cultural revolution-narrative-telling a story...
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