Essays Tagged: "Kuomintang"

Marketing in China Everything you would want to know about how to do business in China

he Chinese Communist Party (which had been established about thirty years beforehand) overthrew the Kuomintang government and subsequently seized control of the economic and financial markets in China ...

(42 pages) 1391 1 4.1 Apr/2002

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Marketing

Mao's Communism: A short histography.

under the leadership of Mao Tse-tung. Founded in 1921, the Chinese Communist party allied with the Kuomintang (Nationalists) in 1923, under orders from the Comintern. By 1927, however, the Nationalis ... d eventually became part of World War II, the party resisted the Japanese more effectively than the Kuomintang and controlled large areas by the end (1945) of the war. By 1949 it had defeated the disc ...

(3 pages) 108 0 3.7 Apr/2002

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science > Political Theory

Economy of China, China between the fall of the KMT and Mao Tse-Tung's death

ime of transition for China. Many social andeconomic changes occurred through this period. When the Kuomintang governmentcollapsed and Mao Tse-Tung assumed control, this marked the beginning of massiv ...

(1 pages) 118 0 4.2 Dec/1996

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics > Economic History

Why the communists won the Chinese Civil War.

f 1949 following five years of bloody civil war against Chiang Kaishek's nationalist government the Kuomintang. In trying to understand why the Communists were victorious over a more than considerable ... is reasonably clear that the communists enjoyed much wider support from the peasantry than did the Kuomintang. A chief reason for this would be the policy of agrarian reform that Mao advocated and in ...

(6 pages) 132 1 4.4 Jun/2002

Subjects: Humanities Essays

"Wild Swans" by Jun Xhang.

the volatile life during the Japanese occupation and the Civil War between the Communist Party and Kuomintang forces. She sees the position of woman rise in society over time, but also experiences ho ...

(1 pages) 45 0 1.0 Oct/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > World Literature

Analysis on Article 'The Long March' and link to poems of Peter Skrznecki

were forced to begin a journey that would be revered worldwide. While retreating from SE China the Kuomintang began to pursue by the Red Army. While travelling and fighting this legion of men marched ... nge was met regardless of the severity.This is also supported by the text stating that the pursuing Kuomintang had more numerous causalities when crossing the Grasslands and decided to retreat due to ...

(6 pages) 55 0 5.0 Feb/2004

Subjects: Literature Research Papers

The Manchurian Incident along with Nanking by bobby b

uled them as individual fiefdoms. Fifteen years later, in 1926, Chiang Kai Shek took control of the Kuomintang Party (as it was known in the West,) and the Army. He began a campaign to overthrow them. ... with the Communist Chinese until the conquest of Shanghai. By October 1928, the Communists and the Kuomintang were engaged in open warfare. From 1930 to 1934 the Kuomintang tried repeatedly to encirc ...

(3 pages) 29 0 4.6 Apr/2004

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Human Rights

Why did the Communists gain control of China in 1949?

In 1949, the Nationalist party of China, the Kuomintang (KMT), fled from mainland China after a civil war with the Chinese Communist Party. The K ... KMT leader, decided that the Communists were a threat to National unity. He ordered members of the Kuomintang to turn their guns on the Communists. 5 600 Communists were killed in the massacre, thoug ... me a flood. It was not long before the Red Army began to take the field in open warfare against the Kuomintang. In 1949, remnants of the KMT's army fled from mainland China to the island of Formosa (T ...

(3 pages) 103 2 4.3 May/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

How significant was the Long March in the history of China in the Twentieth Century?

place from October 1934 - October 1935. It meant that communism was not completely wiped out by the Kuomintang, that the people of China learnt about communism and supported the communists, that the K ... intang got control of the south of china and most of the communists died from illness, exposure and Kuomintang attacks.At the time it was significant because otherwise all the communists would hav ...

(4 pages) 50 0 3.4 May/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

The New China (China Revolution)

e USSR provided aid. In the beginning, the Communists got their equipment from the Japanese and the Kuomintang.The two revolutions occurred in relatively backward, agricultural and peasant based c ...

(5 pages) 234 0 3.6 Jun/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Taiwan independence

ovement began under the Japanese, and was ironically supported by Mao Zedong in the 1930s.After the Kuomintang began to rule the island, the focus of the movement was as a vehicle for discontent from ...

(2 pages) 27 0 3.3 Nov/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

The continuing foreign control over much of china, and ever-increasing influence of Japan doomed china for a state of political and social destress from 1911 to communist victory of 1914

of China was established, signaling the end of the Manchu-dominated Qing Empire. Sun Yat-sen of the Kuomintang, was proclaimed provisional president of the republic. However, Yuan Shikai, a former Qin ...

(4 pages) 25 0 2.0 Aug/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Have Chinese Women been liberated in the People's republic of China?

While it is much easier for women to gain a divorce in the PRC today than it was pre-1949 under the Kuomintang legal code, there are still many obstacles. Firstly, there is the problem of housing. Alt ...

(9 pages) 136 3 5.0 Oct/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

To what extent did the Japanese threat have an impact on the outcome of the power struggle between the Communists and the Kuomintang?

t at which we can start to evaluate the impact of the power struggle between the Communists and the Kuomintang. Chiang Kai Shek did not want war with Japan as he believed it to be just too powerful to ... se. They believed in cooperation, and that they would be able to defeat the Japanese along with the Kuomintang. Although what Chiang Kai Shek meant by uniting china to create a front against Japan was ...

(5 pages) 18 0 0.0 Nov/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

Learning the Alphabet in China today

st trust in CCTV and the People's Daily, and do not listen to what the Foreign Devils say"K is for "KuoMinTang", who were the main Chinese warriors against the Japanese invaders, while the Communists ...

(2 pages) 19 0 4.4 Jan/2006

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > Creative Writing

Revolution Throughout the Cold War

he Allies were the seeds of the Cold War. In 1949, the New Democratic Revolution of China ended the Kuomintang (KMT) rule and established a communist government, thus guaranteeing the existence of the ...

(10 pages) 63 0 0.0 Feb/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > The Cold War

Background History of Republic of China, Taiwan

, approximately early in the 20th century, Chiang Kai-shek established a Nationalist party known as Kuomintang (KMT) in China which started to strive for power at home and internationally. In 1949, Ch ...

(2 pages) 18 0 4.0 Mar/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Role of the Sino-Japanese War for Communist Victory in Chinese Civil War

e Chinese people looked forward to the restoration of peace however were treated as traitors by the Kuomintang (KMT) regime. The latter imperfect even before 1937 had become still more corrupt and dem ...

(8 pages) 27 1 4.2 Aug/2009

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

How would you explain the defeat of Chiang Kai-shek and the Nationalists (GMD or MGT) and the victory of Mao Zedong and the Chinse Communist Party (CCP) in China?

hinese Communist Party (CCP) engaged in a civil war with the Nationalist Party, commonly called the Kuomintang. Some four years later, the triumph of the CCP resulted in the configuration of the Peopl ... utable to a mixture of financial mismanagement, poor leadership and incompetence on the part of the Kuomintang, allied to the superior military strategy of the CCP as well as its implementation of a r ...

(5 pages) 24 0 5.0 Feb/2010

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Analyses of the factors that led to the rise of the communist party in China.

the discontent of the peasants, another major factor. The actions of the rival political party, the Kuomintang, also aided the growth of communism. Another point to consider is the Japanese invasion. ... t lead directly to communism.Yuan Shi-Kai was supposed to govern China along with a parliament. The Kuomintang won the majority of seats; however Yuan wanted to rule as a dictator. In 1915 he declared ...

(10 pages) 1 0 0.0 Aug/2011

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History