Nationalist China


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Synonyms for 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 Zedong

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Until 1971 Nationalist China based in Taiwan also actively claimed to be the sole legitimate government of China, a claim recognized by USA and its allies during the period 1950s and 1960s.
Nationalist China is one such government that has attempted such tactics for nearly a century.
However, Nationalist China was collapsing rapidly, and the truce headquarters had to be withdrawn from Peiping.
Additionally, during the same period, the United States made significant quantities of F-47s available via MDAP to France, Portugal, Italy, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Iran and Nationalist China.
The Japanese government has been saying that there is only 'one China,' but we are simply using the words employed by both Communist China and Nationalist China,'' the prime minister said.
On January 19, 1950, General Vasilev stormed out of the Military Staff Committee, ostensibly because he found it intolerable that a representative of Nationalist China (Taiwan) was seated on the same committee.
By reading this richly detailed account of US and Chinese relations that span the years of Nationalist China and the birth of the PRC, the reader will gain a unique perspective for understanding how America's relationship with China might evolve in the future.
In Burma 1942: The Japanese Invasion, Ian Grant and Kazno Tamayama consider the Japanese offensive that, coming hard on the heels of British defeat in Malaya, again confounded the British by suddenly taking Burma, regarded as the key to India and the back door to embattled Nationalist China.
Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist China was nominated by Roosevelt to the rank of wartime Big Four and to a permanent seat and veto in the U.
The institute was established in 1979 after the United States ended formal ties with the Nationalist China government on Taiwan and opened diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China.
also stated it would not agree to depriving Nationalist China of its representation.
In 1970, a Nationalist China technical aid mission introduced tea to the zones of Chimate, Caranavi and North Yungas at an altitude of between 1,000 and 1,500 meters above sea level.
Corcoran believed that with Crowley at the helm, the bank would authorize hundreds of millions in loans to nationalist China "to be spent as we want it spent.
Kung, a confidant of Chiang Kai-shek, his brother-in-law, and the patriarch of one of the "four big families" of Nationalist China, opened at the Hoover Institution Library and Archives today, January 19, 2010.
Furthermore, in the eyes of British officials, relations between Britain and Nationalist China were overshadowed by the threat of a direct clash over Tibet and Hong Kong, and the possibility of friction over the future of China's southwestern neighbors.