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Synonyms for Kuomintang

the political party founded in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen


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In his Few Basic Problems Concerning the Chinese Nationalist Party (1926), Gan advocated a national revolution of all the oppressed classes, including oppressed members of the domestic capitalist class.
Kicking off with the Wuchang Uprising of October 1911 that triggered the Qing Dynasty's downfall, the narrative initially focuses on Sun Yat-sen (Ma Shaohua), pioneering revolutionary and leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT), and fellow anti-imperial agitator Chen Duxiu (Feng Yuanzheng).
Taiwan's ruling Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) and main opposition Democratic Progressive Party will vie for county commissioner and mayoral seats, county and city councilor seats, and township seats in 17 of the island's 23 counties and provincial municipalities.
1913 Sun's Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) wins first democratic elections.
Mirroring the rest of Cuban society, the 1959 revolution and its aftermath polarized the Chinese community, when many wealthy merchants fled Cuba and the formerly powerful Chinese Nationalist Party (Guomindang) was disbanded.
That is the background of his accepting the military and financial aid from Soviet Russia and the Third International, his attention to the strengthening of Canton as a revolutionary base, his reformulation of his Three Principles of the People, the reorganization of the Chinese Nationalist Party, the organization of an united front with the Chinese Communist Party, and finally, his trip to Beijing in late 1924.
The Kuomintang (KMT), or Chinese Nationalist Party, sought refuge on Taiwan when it lost a civil war to to the Chinese Communist Party in 1949.
By challenging, and thus undermining, the myths and rituals used by the Chinese Nationalist party to justify its rule and by the foreign powers to justify their privileges, the students were inserting themselves directly into the political process and raising important questions on how the nation should be governed and who should be empowered to rule.
Chen Shui-bianAEs inauguration as president of the Republic of China, or Taiwan, on March 20, 2000, marked the first peaceful transfer of power in the islandAEs history and ended more than 50 years of rule by the Chinese Nationalist Party (the Koumintang (KMT)).
14 vote resulted in the re-election of President Ma Ying-jeou of the Chinese Nationalist Party.
Tamogami wrote it is ''false'' to accuse Japan of having been an aggressor nation before and during World War II and described Japan as ''a victim'' that had been drawn into the Sino-Japanese War by Chiang Kai-shek, who led the Chinese Nationalist Party.
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