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Modern East Asia Ch9

Modern East Asia: An Integrated History - Ch 9 Vocabulary

Nationalist the Chinese Guomindang (GMD) government under Chiang Kai-Shek
Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-Shek) represented Chinese nationalism, controlled the Guomindang (Nationalist) army, had a strong aversion to Communists
Wang Jingwei Japan's newly established puppet, the “Reformed Government” in China
United Front the GMD (Guomindang) and the CCP operating together against Japan
CCP the Chinese Communist Party
GMD Song Jiaoren combined the United League with several smaller parties to form the Chinese Guomindang (GMD or KMT), the Nationalist Party
Joseph Stilwell (1883–1946)—a Chinese-speaking general eager to fight Japan — President Roosevelt sent him to head the US military mission in China.
GGK Government-General of Korea
GG Governor-General
Ugaki Kazushige an ultranationalist with close ties to the Kantōgun - Government-General of Korea
Manzhouguo (Manchuria) Kantōgun officers found former Qing officials willing to form an “independent” new state of Manzhouguo
Sin’ganhoe New Korea Society
Red Peasant Unions Korean union that carried out a series of violent attacks against landlords and local police stations in the far northeastern Hamgyŏng province.
KIP Korean Independence Party - Cho Soang (1887– 1958) and Kim Ku formed it, attempting to monopolize the legacy of the defunct Shanghai Provisional Government of a decade before.
Korean National Revolutionary Party A more powerful Korean group that coalesced around the leftist headed by Kim Wŏnbong (1898–1958?).
Kantōgun (also called “Kwantung Army” in English) The Japanese army force that patrolled the South Manchurian Railway
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