Before the Nanking
There are three important wars before the Nanking massacre which is The Marco Polo
Bridge Incident (also known as the Lugouqiao Incident), The Battle of Shanghai,
known in Chinese as Battle of Songhu, and The Battle of Nanking.
Li Zicheng: 1606-1645, Post Station attendant adn deserter from the Ming army who
in 1644 with his own rebel forces, overthrew the ming dynasty. From his base of
power in Shaanxi provicne Li established his rule over much of northern and central
Prelude to the War
Two important wars before the Nanking
The Marco Polo Bridge Incident (also known
as the Lugouqiao Incident)
The Battle of Shanghai
The Marco Polo Bridge
Incident (Lugouqiao Incident)
Republic of China Vs. I
1 Grand Canal(? ? ? )- under Qing leadership the Grand Canal was overseen and
maintained just as in earlier times.
2 Tax exemptions
3 To reward reclaiming wasteland (? ? ? ? )
1 Manchu queue(? ? )-The Manchu hairstyle was si
1 Relation between Qing and the West in the 18th century.
Despite Chinese efforts to restrict European traders and citizens to Macau,
European trade spread throughout China. The Canton System limited the ports in
which European traders could do business w
Success of the Taiping
The subject of study for the examinations for officials (formerly civil service exams) changed
from the Confucian classics to the Bible.
Private property ownership was abolished and all land was held and distributed by the state.
In WWII, they have same
ideology was getting
Japan out from China.
Party is country in PRC.
Use The Three Principles
of the People to unify
China for KMT.
One person got whole
power in the early time.
Like KMT- Chiag
1. Dengs success: The Chinese economic reform (? ? ? ? ). China had one of the
world's largest and most advanced economies prior to the nineteenth century,
while national product per capita remained average in global terms. From 1978 to
February 9, 2012
Team Project Topic
The topic I want to do for the group paper is about The First Sino-Japanese War.
The First Sino-Japanese War (1 August 1894 17 April 1895) was fought between
Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Japan, pri