Chinese Civil War

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  • Revolution of 1911
  • WE CAN NOT LET THE QING LEADERS RESIST MODERNIZING CHINA!!!
  • May Fourth Movement, 1919
  • WE NEED CHANGE!!
  • CHINA MUST BE RE-UNIFYED!!
  • Nationalist vs. Communist, 1927
  • GET OUT OF HERE CHIANG!!
  • WE WILL DEFEAT YOU AND YOUR COMMUNISTS, MAO!!!
  • Sun Yat-sen was a medical doctor from western china. He became very upset with the fact that the Qing leaders would not modernize china and even though he had little to no political experience, Sun became the leader of many revolts. They lead to independence from the Qing rule and the forming of a Republic.
  • Long March, 1934
  • On May 4, 1919, a massive student protest erupted in Beijing. The students protested about the changes that needed to happen to re-unify china. The revolt war fueled by Nationalist and Communist of ideas.
  • Japanese Invasion,1937
  • JAPAN!!!!
  • We shall fight together!
  • A civil war broke out in china between Nationalists and Communists. Mao Zedong lead the communists and Chiang Kai Shek lead the nationalists. Shek had a purge of communists and killed thousands of people. He and the nationalists also defeated the communists in battle.
  • Don't want to waste an extra Blank
  • Where are all my students?
  • After the defeat in war by the nationalists, Mao led his followers to a safe area outside of Nationalist control. They rebuilt communism after marching all the way to their destination.
  • Are we there yet?
  • In 1937, Japan invaded China, bringing a halt to China's civil war. Both sides had agreed that it was better to fight collectively. The Nationalist took a huge hit to there armies and the army was severely weakened. The communist army, however, actually grew in size during the war with the Japanese.
  • Mr. Lutke was thoroughly confused when all his students skipped his class. Why would anyone want to do that?
  • Chirp, chirp
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