Chinese Civil War Thomas

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  • Revolution of 1911
  • We need to revolt!!!!!
  • The May 4th Movement
  • We want a change!!!!!
  • Nationalist vs. Communists 1927
  • Socialism!!!
  • Communism!!!
  • The Republic created the revolution in 1911. Sun Yat Sen was a political idealist that was looking to unify China under a republic. He also had warlords in the south that organized a Nationalist rival government.
  • The Long March
  • How Much longer?
  • I'm not sure.
  • On May 4th, 1919, there was a massive student protest that erupted in Beijing. The calls for change that followed became known as the May Fourth Movement. They had ranged from the westernization of China to the establishment of socialism.
  • Japanese Invation
  • We should ignore the Japanese but still continue fighting each other.
  • With Sun gone, a struggle developed among its leaders to control of the party. In 1927, the issues came to a head when the radical leaders moved the Nationalist capital from southern to northern China.
  • Over the next 12 months they had crossed 18 mountain ranges and 24 rivers in a 6,000-mile retreat that had become the Long March.
  • The Japan's invasion of China in 1937 brought a temporary halt to China's civil war. Nationalist and Communist leaders had agreed that it was better for both armies to resist the Japanese than to continue fighting each other. An uneasy alliance was formed.
  • Communist
  • Nationalist
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