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  • Revolution of 1911
  • Let's organize a Nationalist government to rival those Northerners.
  • May Fourth Movement, 1919
  • R-E-U-N-I-F-Y! THAT SPELLS REUINFY! AND IT'S WHAT WE'RE GOING TO DO TO CHINA!
  • Nationalist vs. Communist, 1927
  • I demand a purge of the Communists!!!!
  • Don't worry guys. I got this.
  • The Revolution of 1911 creates a Chinese Republic, abolishing the preexisting Qing dynasty. The country then divides into two camps--Sun Yat-sen, a republican idealist, goes to the south, and Beijing is ruled by warlords in the north.
  • Long March, 1934
  • Just... a few more... thousand miles or so...
  • A student-led revolt broke out, fueled by Nationalist and Communist ideas of re-unifying China.
  • Japanese Invasion, 1937
  • I suppose we could... maybe work together... against them?
  • Beijing is captured and China is unified. However, a Nationalist leader, Chiang Kai-shek, orders a purge of Communists. Mao Zedong steps up to lead the Communists.
  • After the Nationalists defeat the Communists in battle, Mao led his followers to rebuild Communism in a safe area.
  • When the Japanese invaded China in 1937, both Nationalists and Communists agreed to collectively resist them. However, the Nationalists were severely weakened, and the Communists thrived during Japanese occupation.
  • WE'RE COMING FOR YOU, JAPANESE!
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