Nationalist China


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Nationalist China

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(Placename) an unofficial name for (the Republic of) China
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Noun1.Nationalist China - a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao ZedongNationalist China - a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong
capital of Taiwan, Taipeh, Taipei - the capital of Nationalist China; located in northern Taiwan
Taichung - a city in Taiwan
South China Sea - a tropical arm of the Pacific Ocean near southeastern Asia subject to frequent typhoons
Chinese - a native or inhabitant of Communist China or of Nationalist China
Taiwanese - a native or inhabitant of Taiwan
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Her first chapter situates the conflict in Korea within a broader propaganda war between Communist and Nationalist China. Both sides jockeyed to control Chinese POWs through infiltration of prison camps and, though it never bore fruit, there was a plan by the nationalists to use the war in Korea as a stepping-stone back to the mainland.
The book reveals the secret confrontation between Mao and Chiang, and between British intelligence and Communist International (Comintern) agents in China; ChiangAEs plot against the allies, and the Japanese; the alliesAE bid to turn nationalist China against the Japanese, and the secret negotiations of Chiang with Nazi Germany, and with Japan, whose forces he employed against the CCP once World War II was over.
class="MsoNormalInstead, delegates from East Germany and nationalist China were to be invited as individuals who were not to be accorded diplomatic status.
The diplomatic confrontation began following the end of the civil war between the Communist China and the Nationalist China, with each government claiming to be "the only legitimate representative of China" to the United Nations.
Chinese nationalist leaders fled to Taiwan in 1949 to establish what they called "nationalist China" when Mao Zedong came to power.
Taiwan, which should have become an independent state after it was detached from the Japanese Empire, was instead promised to the moribund regime of Nationalist China and became the last stronghold of that regime after it lost the civil war on the mainland.
Then there are lesser murdering regimes, such as Nationalist China, Japan, Turkey, Vietnam and Mexico.
1954 - US signs security pact with Nationalist China, now Taiwan.
Thus, the Chinese Communists and their Soviet patrons had a significant, but largely hidden, role in engineering a state of war between Nationalist China and Japan.
Chang Jui-Te recounts Tibet's efforts to preserve its de facto independence and complete autonomy and Jiang's effort to extend Nationalist China to the limits of the Qing Empire through non-violent means.
(a) To establish formal diplomatic relations with a greater number of African countries; 18 African countries still have relations with Nationalist China, against only 14 so far in relations with Peking.
Chiang Kai Shek who ruled China at the time was driven away to Taipei (then Formosa) where he created Nationalist China. People's China was not recognized by UN since UN Permanent membership in the Security Council was held by Nationalist China or Republic of China.