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    Chinese Civil War

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    The Chinese Civil was fought from 1946 to 1949 by the Chinese Communist Party and the governing Chinese National Party or Kuomintang. The two parties began initially by working together during the Northern Expedition‚ which were a Kuomintang military campaign unifying communists and nationalists from 1926 to 1928. The death of the revolutionary republican leader of the Kuomintang‚ Sun Yat sen‚ however‚ caused power struggle between the two opposing parties. There were multiple

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    The Chinese Civil War

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    The Chinese Civil War Evaluate the reasons for the success of Mao and the communists gaining support during the Chinese Civil war. By: Chia Ni Wu 13th May‚ 2010 Teacher’s Name: Mr. Smith Total Number of Pages: 11 {2‚903 words} Table of Contents Abstract . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    There were many different reasons resulting in communist victory after the War against Japan in 1945.The last phase of the Chinese Civil War‚ lasted from 1945 to 1949. At the time‚ the CCP‚ led by Mao Zedong‚ and the GMD led by Chiang Kai Shek‚ were vying for power to lead the whole of China. To begin with the GMD had the advantage with support from the United States‚ who provided advanced weaponry as well as financial aid through its Marshall Plan Scheme. It was officially accepted as the real government

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    On 1 October 1949‚ Mao Zedong‚ leader of the Chinese Communist Party declared victory over the Nationalist Party (Guomindang) and brought an end to four brutally long years of Civil War. The Communist victory in the Civil War has however‚ created significant debate among historians‚ namely: was a Communist victory inevitable and if so is it more sensible to see the Chinese Civil War as a Communist victory or as a Nationalist defeat?When researching these questions it becomes blatantly obvious that

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    The Chinese Civil War‚ which took place from the end of World War I (when the Chinese Communist Party was set up) up to October 1‚ 1949‚ directly led to the creation of the People’s Republic of China‚ the world’s largest communist nation. The communists won the civil war in 1949 for many reasons. Although they did not have many things the KMT had‚ they had enormous support from the peasants. As 95% of the Chinese population‚ the peasants were the main citizens of the country. Through this mass

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    Why did the Communists win the Chinese Civil War in 1949 ? The Chinese civil war was one of the major conflicts in 20th century Asia. This conflict cost China approximately 6 million casualties (including civilians). Most fierce battles were fought after the Second Sino-Japanese War‚ which comprises the last 3 years of the Chinese Civil War (1946-1949). In this essay‚ we will focus on this period‚ by contrasting two rival sides‚ CPC (Communist Party of China) and forces loyal to the Kuomintang (KMT)-led

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    The Chinese Civil War‚ which lasted from 1927 to 1949‚ was a civil war in China which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) overthrew the Guomindang (GMD) . As the CCP had always been inferior to the GMD in many aspects‚ many were shocked and startled by the Communist ’s victory; although numerous factors show that the Communist ’s victory was almost inevitable. This essay will examine the factors that lead to the Communists victory‚ which includes ideology‚ economic‚ political‚ social‚ military‚ foreign

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    Civil War

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    The civil war was one of the most deadly wars our country has ever faced. It was between two different sides of people who believed in different ideas but lived in the same country. The start of the Civil War was really key. It showed which side the North or the South would have the advantage at winning the war. The side which I think had an advantage was the North because of the factories they had. The good army officers they had. The fact that the war was also not in their territory so many of

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    Chinese Revolution

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    Kai-shek’s coup marks the desertion of the national bourgeoisie from the revolution‚ which is the clash (emergence) of a Centre a national counter-revolution‚ and the conclusion of a deal between the Kuomintang Rights and the imperialists against the Chinese revolution.. -  Chiang Kai-shek’s coup signifies that in South China there will now be two camps‚ two governments‚ two armies‚ two Centre -- the revolutionary Centre in Wuhan and the counter-revolutionary Centre in Nanking. -  Chiang Kai-shek’s

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    Chinese Long March

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    Every Chinese person knows what the Long March was‚ because it was an important part of Chinese history. Most Chinese people think that the Long March was successful during the second Chinese Civil War. In my opinion‚ I think the Long March was also unsuccessful. It was successful‚ because the Red Army of the Communist Party of China was not eliminated by the army of the Chinese Nationalist Party. It was unsuccessful‚ because it was the war between the Red Army and the National Revolutionary Army

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