Chinese Revolution


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Chinese Revolution

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1. (Historical Terms) the overthrow of the last Manchu emperor and the establishment of a republic in China (1911–12)
2. (Historical Terms) the transformation of China (esp in the 1940s and 1950s) under the Chinese Communist Party
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Noun1.Chinese Revolution - the republican revolution against the Manchu dynasty in China; 1911-1912
Cathay, China, Communist China, mainland China, People's Republic of China, PRC, Red China - a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
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This is that the Chinese revolution repeated the mistakes of the Soviet one, with Mao following Stalin in more senses than one, and more than is often realised.
The purpose of the movement was to revive the spirit of the Chinese revolution a decade earlier that had brought communist rule to China under the leadership of CCP.
She said that the CPC's international relations progressing along with Chinese revolution, Construction, reform and opening up have a history of 90 years.
King Olaf on board the Long Serpent defeated in one of the greatest naval battles of the Viking Age 1776: Congress officially renames its country as the United States of America (was the United Colonies) 1956: Elvis Presley appears on the Ed Sullivan Show for the first time 1972: The Soviet Union beats the United States 51-50 in the most controversial game in international basketball history; with the US leading 50-49 the final three seconds of the Olympic final in Munich is replayed three times until the Soviets win 1976: The leader of the Chinese revolution, Chairman Mao Zedong, dies.
Althusser's theorization of "specificity" originates from two particular historical events: the Russian Revolution and the Chinese Revolution. Mao's theory on the specificity of contradiction arises from the political and military conditions and necessities of the Chinese Revolution.
The Chinese Revolution of 1949 abandoned the utopian socialist dreams of its leaders and recast itself as the massive capitalist behemoth that it is today.
The Shanghai office would reopen after the war, but would later close again in 1950 following the Chinese revolution. In 1992 AIG's Asia-Pacific division, under Evan Greenberg, Hank's son, would reenter China making it the first insurer to receive a license since the Communist revolution in 1949.
But then, in the short span of time between the Chinese revolution of 1949 and the Cambodian nightmare of 1975-1979, a discovery was made: The more radical the revolution, the more bloody and barbaric it becomes.
THE Chinese revolution has finally got the stellar signing to put their football on the map.
He then moved to America to study politics and economics before returning to the UK after his family's wealth was wiped out during the Chinese revolution.
The East Is Black ranges from the Chinese Revolution of 1949 until the death of Zhou Enlai and Mao Zedong in 1976, and is structured around the interactions between the People's Republic of China (prc) and six Black internationalists who inhabited the overlapping categories of intellectual, journalist, activist, and educator: W.E.B.

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