Asia After WW I - Logan Gardner
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Asia after WW I
Asia was more or less nothing significant at the time, but that was about to change. Since they were not involved in the war as much they could use this time to build up their military and gain power.
Mao Zedong was a Communist leader who lead The Long March.
The Long March
Mohandas Gandi was a leader and monk who helped convince Indians to to rid themselves of their British rulers.
Kemal Atatürk was a former president of Turkey and he defended Turkey from the Greeks
The Long March was a Communist walk-a-thon, for about 6,000 miles to find a safe place to stay.
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