Nationalism vs Communism in China. Brian and Lynn. Key Ideas. The Main Conflict: Nationalism vs Communism Nationalists: Democracy Communists: Communism After the fall of Qing Dynasty, Nationalist and Communist parties fought for power Start of Communism in China. Back Ground.
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-Sun Yixian: leader of Kuomintang, Nationalist
-Kuomintang: Nationalist Party
-Mao Zedong: Founder of Chinese
-Jiang Jieshi: Successor of Sun, Nationalist
-Kuomintang overthrew the Qing Dynasty.
-Sun became president of China(1912).
Sun only lasted for 6 weeks as the president.
Sun and became president
-No more democracy:
-The government of China lost its power.
-Warlords stole from peasants.
-Constant civil wars
-Peasants died of hunger.
-China’s government declared war against Germany.
-Thought the Allies would give back the German colonies in China
-Treaty of Versailles: Allies gave the German colonies to Japan
-“Swimming in the peasant-sea”
-A Communist revolution based on the support from peasants
-Mao led the Red Army
“The force of peasantry is like that of the raging winds and driving rain. It is rapidly increasing in violence. No force can stand in its way. The peasantry will tear apart all nets which bind it and hasten along the road to liberation. They will bury beneath them all forces of imperialism, militarism, corrupt officialdom, village bosses, and evil gentry. ”
-Jiang repeatedly attacks the Communists and surrounds them