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GLORIOUS CHINA

GLORIOUS CHINA. Danny Foussard. People. Sun Yat-Sen. Founded the Guomindang (GMD) Had the three principles Nationalism Democracy Peoples Livelihood Inspired the two subsequent leaders of china; Chiang Kai Shek and Mao Zhedong. Chiang Kai- Shek. Founded the Guomindang (GMD)

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GLORIOUS CHINA

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  1. GLORIOUS CHINA Danny Foussard

  2. People

  3. Sun Yat-Sen • Founded the Guomindang (GMD) • Had the three principles • Nationalism • Democracy • Peoples Livelihood • Inspired the two subsequent leaders of china; Chiang Kai Shek and Mao Zhedong

  4. Chiang Kai-Shek • Founded the Guomindang (GMD) • Had the three principles • Nationalism • Democracy • Peoples Livelihood • Inspired the two subsequent leaders of china; Chiang Kai Shek and Mao Zhedong

  5. Mao Zhedong • Led the peoples’ communist revolution • Became leader after the communists suffered major casualties on the Long March • Advocated for the rights of the peasantry • Gave women more rights as well as redistributed land to the peasantry

  6. Terms

  7. Guomingdang (GMD) • A Political Party founded by Sun YatSen • Followed the policies of his three principles • This party was usually supported by big businesses, because they were capitalistic • Were overthrown by Mao and the Commies

  8. Events

  9. Long March • Began as an escape plan for the communists to evade the GMD • Ended up lasting over 6,000 miles with many casualties • 80% of the participants died • Was a spiritual and moral victory for them, even though they lost in numbers

  10. Great Leap Forward • Created as a response to extremely large urban populations • Sent city people to villages • Was an attempt at downsizing and lowering population numbers • Was not a great success, one of Mao’s backfires

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