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the republican state - The Republican State Warlordism...

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The Republican State
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Warlordism after Yuan
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The Rise of Guomindang (The Nationalist Party) Sun Yat-sen returned to China in 1917 to advocate unification; Started a self-proclaimed military government in Guangzhou (Canton) in 1921, and was elected as president and generalissimo; Sun-Joffe [Joseph Joffe] Manifesto (1923), calling for a unified and independent China, and an alliance between the GMD (KMT) and CCP.
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The Rise of Guomindang (The Nationalist Party) The First GMD National Congress, 1/20/1924 Cooperation with the CCP: Shared goals between GMD and CCP: Unification of China Anti-imperialism “Three Principles of the People” reinterpreted: Nationalism: Anti-imperialism Democracy: Five powers legislative executive judicial exam censorial People’s livelihood: control of capitalists nationalization of land
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Whampoa Military Academy, est. June 1924 The Northern Expedition, 1926-28 CCP mobilization Split within the Nationalists: Chiang Kai-shek vs. Wang Jingwei
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course HIS 340M taught by Professor Li during the Summer '11 term at University of Texas.

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