Moazedong took the long march because he attacked shanghi and lost so they took this hazardess 6,000 mile march as reatreat.
The chinese were on the brink of revolution they have been arguing over if they should stray from tradition or industrialize this eventually lead to a bloody civil war during this war there was two sides these two side stood for industrializing the other for tradition through betrayal the tradition side almost completely wiped out the industrial side and on the final blow the industrial they trained farmers (peasants) in the art of guerilla warfare then they held off the tradition side and they forced Mao Zedong to undertake this long march.
Mao Zedong,an assistant librarian at beijing, took part in the long march,6,000 mile journey,just so he could support his country.
violence played a part by the government killing people which caused the nationalist's to attack the communists
Violence effected the Chinese revolution through the war that took place between the Nationals and the Communists. The Communists and Nationalists waged war against each other for control over Chinese government. The two parties had different outlooks on how China should be run, either through modernization and democracy or through traditionalism and government control.The Long march was caused simply due to the fact that Mao and the Communist army was being defeated so they had no choice but to retreat from the nationalist army. It was not something Mao had much control over he either was to retreat or face complete defeat at the hands of the nationalists.
The role that violence played in the chinese revolition is that it made everybody fear the chinese government.Mao zedong undertook the march because he wanted to make a stronger military and to strike fear into the enemies heart.
On October 1, 1949, Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong announced the creation of the People's Republic of China (PRC). The announcement ended the costly full scale civil war between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang (KMT), which broke out immediately following World War II and had been preceded by on and off conflict between the two sides since the 1920's. The creation of the PRC also completed the long process of governmental needs in China begun by the Chinese Revolution of 1911. The fall of mainland China to communism in 1949 led the United States to suspend ties with the PRC for a while.
moazedong had the lost the battle and had to march the long journey all the violence was caused by the wanting to control government mao had no choice to retreat after the battle because if he would have stayed he and his army would have died
the chinese were getting more mad every time a strike of violence was committed towards them. and the spark was the people getting mad over the treaty of Versailles. so the people of the chinese culture revolted in anger towards it. sun yixian and the communist party set up a government in the south. jiang became president of the nationalist republic
The Chinese were getting more mad every time a strike of violence was committed towards them. And the spark was the people getting mad over the treaty of Versailles. So, the people of the chinese culture
revolted in anger towards it.
The Chinese revolution all started because of violence between communists and the nationalists. Everybody feared the chinese government. So they waged war. The long march was a 6,000 mile journey.
Mao Zedong is a assistant librarian. in Beijing. Violencd effected the chines revolution though the war that took place between the nationalist and the communists. He also took part in a 6,000 mile walk for his country. Mao and the Communist army was being defeated so they had no choice but to retreat from the nationalist army. It was not something Mao had much control over he either was to retreat or face complete defeat at the hands of the nationalists.
Violence majorly impacted the Chinese Revolution. The Communists and Nationalists were at war for how they each wanted China to be run. The reason for the long march was because the Communist army wasn't winning, so they retreated.
Mao Zedong was an assistant librarian at beijing, he took part in the long march, 6,000 mile journey, just so he could support his country. Violence played a great part in the Chinese Revolution. Violence effected the chinese revolution through the war that took place between the nationalists and the communists. The Long march was caused simply due to the fact that Mao and the Communist army was being defeated so they had no choice but to retreat from the nationalist army.
mao zendong was in the long march because he attacked shanghi and he partcipated in the long march to serve his country
Mao Zedong and the his enemy suffered a civil war in China. The Long March was a 6,000 mile march with many deaths from starvation and disease. Mao Zedong was the father of Communist China and leader of his side of the war. He was trying to promote communism in the Chinese government. Others who didn't want communism attacked him. Eventually he had to stop the war and team up to fight Japan.
The role violence played in the Chinese Revolution. My claim is that China experienced an inner conflict between modernization. The Kuomintang was against modernization. Mao Zedong was one of the founders of the Chinese Communist Party. Mao Zedong also became president of the Communist party. Jiang jieshi helped the Kuomintang. This caused conflict between Nationalist party and the Communist party. The Long March was a 6,000- mile journey of the Chinese Communist from the Nationalist forces. The Japanese invasion of China forced an uneasy truce between Mao's and Jiang's forces.
Mao Zedong was an liberian in Beijing whom started the revolution to claim this grasp on the chinese political scheme. The great leap forward, that Mao Zedong pushed left the country in great economic and social devastation. Then he took an long 6,000 mile journey march to retreat an attack on Shanghi that he lost.
Mao Zedong was one of the founders of the Communist Party. He lead his followers on the Long March to establish a new base. Various Communist armies in the south escaped to the north and west.
Mao Zedong believed that violence was necessary for the achievement of peaceful communist orderThe long march saved Mao Zedong and his communist party from the Guomingdang attacksHe undertook the long march to save himself and his communist party.
The role of violence that played in the Chinese Revolution and how Mao Zedong took over the Long MarchMao Zedong believed that violence was necessary fir the achievement of a peaceful communist orderThe Long March saved Mao Zedong and his communist party and the