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HST303 L10 CiC

China, Japan & East Asia in World History - Lecture 10: Communism in China

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By 1928 – communists were driven underground or into the countryside by _____ _____-_____. Chiang Kai-Shek
Mao Zedong experimented with un-Marxist method of _____ revolution rather than a worker’s revolution. peasant
According to traditional Marxist doctrine, a large, urban, exploited _____ is needed for Communist revolution, but Mao Zedong believed “_____ _____” could be instilled in peasants. proletariat; proletarian consciousness
Mao set up rural communist base with about 2,000 followers at Mt. _____ in Jiangxi in SouthEastern China. Jinggang
_____ _____was created, innovative guerrilla strategies developed Red Army
_____ _____ _____ _____ criticized Mao’s approach, but was unable to do anything against it. Chinese Communist Central Committee
Eventually Mao’s base included several _____ people million
Important communist leaders arrived from _____ around 1932 because they were persecuted there, and they displaced Mao as leaders and took over. Shanghai
The _____ _____ was sent against the Jiangxi base in a series of military campaigns - attacked base National Army
October 1934 – around 86,000 communists managed to break through the Nationalist beleaguerment and began “_____ _____”. Long March
First the Long March was an aimless flight; then they settled on a communist base in _____ province as destination. Shaanxi
Only __ - __ of those who set out on the Long March arrived in Oct 1935. 7,000 – 8,000
Mao blamed collapse of Jangxi base on the mistakes of others who had taken over from him, and as a result he established himself as _____ figure once more dominant
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