communist revolution-2-2

communist revolution-2-2 - Purposes: Win support from rural...

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Mao and the Communist Revolution (II)
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Japanese Invasion
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Manchurian Incident – 9/18/1931 Japanese soldiers during the incident, 9/19/1931 Japanese Invasion
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Puyi (1906-1967) Last emperor of the Qing and head of Manchukuo Manchukuo, 1932 Japanese Invasion
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Marco Polo Bridge Incident, 7/7/1937 Japanese Invasion
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The Second GMD-CCP Alliance, 1937-1945 Chiang Kai-shek visits Xi’an, 12/4/1936
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During the Xi’an Incident – 12/12/1936 The Second GMD-CCP Alliance, 1937-1945
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Zhou Enlai returned to Yan’an after the Incident The Second GMD-CCP Alliance, 1937-1945
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“Double Reduction” in the Communist area, 1939 Land rent from 50% to 37.5% Interest on loans from 3% to 1.5% The Second GMD-CCP Alliance, 1937-1945
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Unformatted text preview: Purposes: Win support from rural gentry to deal with the Japanese (three all) Win support from peasants to deal with the Nationalist militia The Three Thirds system Composition of government officials: 1/3 Communists 1/3 Nationalists 1/3 Enlightened gentry The Second GMD-CCP Alliance, 1937-1945 Expansion of the Communist force 1937 1945 Army 80,000 900,000 CCP members 40,000 1,200,000 Population 1,500,000 90,000,000 Reasons behind expansion: Self-sufficiency Indoctrination of the populace (the literacy campaign) Political rectification (eliminating followers of Wang Ming) The Second GMD-CCP Alliance, 1937-1945...
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