Chinese Revolution


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the republican revolution against the Manchu dynasty in China

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Instead Mao emphasized the class-based origin of the triumphant Chinese Revolution.
A native of Luannan County in north China's Hebei Province, Li, initiated his services in Chinese revolution and the armed forces led by the Communist Party of China (CPC) in 1943.
Quoting the example of Mao Tse Tung who brought Chinese revolution, the ambassador said an individual can change the destiny of the nation and those who have positive vision should not sit idle but play their role in development of the country.
THE Chinese revolution is rapidly gathering pace in the West Midlands - with Beijing becoming the most popular destination for travellers with global air giants Lufthansa.
Marxism in the Chinese Revolution is a collection of Arif Dirlik's previously published journal articles on China written over three decades and is some instances revised a bit.
In the Chinese revolution, the educated classes went to the farms to give villagers a rudimentary education in change.
Sun is revered in both China and Taiwan as the ''Father of the Chinese Revolution,'' which marked the start of China's modern era.
15pm) Five Westerners fleeing the Chinese revolution by plane crash-land in the Himalayas.
WHEN Bill Shankly spoke of Chairman Mao never having "seen a greater show of red strength", he would never have imagined that Liverpool could one day undergo its own Chinese revolution.
Chinese revolutionary (stories on Chinese revolution in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s and the Korean War), and
As Food First Executive Director Eric Holt-Gimenez notes, this raises the question: "Which has been more effective at reducing hunger--the Green Revolution or the Chinese Revolution, where broadbased changes in access to land paved the way for rising living standards?
Among the first tasks of the Chinese revolution was the eradication of illiteracy and the spread of education.
Because China's leaders are not popularly elected, their legitimacy stems largely from two sources -- their connection to the Chinese revolution and their ability to deliver national security and economic growth.
Five Western refugees fleeing the Chinese revolution are involved in a plane crash over the Himalayas.
Buck's Depression-era fiction, Edgar Snow's chronicles on Chinese revolution and Steinbeck's writings on California during World War II.
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