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CHINA AND KOREA Spread of Communism
Chiang Kai-shek Mao Zedong CHINA
Chiang Kai-shek Mao Zedong Nationalists S. & E China Support of US Failing economy Inefficient Communists N. China Support of Soviets Support of peasants CHINA
Civil War Civil war after WWII US favored the Nationalists 1944-1947 US as peacekeeper But didn’t negotiate peace US sent 2 billion in aid
May 1949 China Nationalists fled to Taiwan …20 years later Communists took over all of China People’s Republic of China US refused to accept them
Brief Background Japan annexed Korea in 1910 In 1945 Japan surrendered to US and Soviet Union And this created…
38 th Parallel Two nations developed One communist One democratic
North Korea South Korea Communist Kim Il Sung Capital: Pyongyang 1948 Democratic Syngman Rhee Capital: Seoul Two Korea’s
Korean War June 25, 1950 Surprise attack by N. Korea S. Korea appealed to United Nations June 27 US troops committed to help Under General Douglas MacArthur
Clash Gen. MacArthur is fired by Truman over China http://www.history.co m/topics/korean- war/videos/truman- sacks-general- macarthur
Sept. 1950Sept-Oct. 1950 Nov. 1950 - Jan. 1951
Cease Fire June 23, 1951 by Soviets Signed July 1953 38 th parallel & demilitarized zone
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The Cold War Heats Up. Civil War in China During WWII- A Japanese invasion interrupted a long Chinese Civil War Communists vs. Nationalists Communist.
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Heating Up Chapter 26 Section 2. China Becomes Communist Chinese communists (led by Mao Zedong) struggling against nationalist gov. of Chiang Kai-shek.
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“It is clear that the main element of any United States policy toward the Soviet Union must be that of long- term, patient but firm and vigilant containment.
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1. WHICH SIDE DID THE UNITED STATES SUPPORT AND WHY? CHINA NATIONALIST BECAUSE THEY OPPOSED COMMUNISM KOREA SOUTH KOREA BECAUSE IT WAS DEMOCRATIC AND NORTH.
The Cold War Heats Up Chapter 18.2 pages
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The Forgotten War. Mao Zedong (Communist) Chiang Kai-shek (Nationalist) 1949 communist defeat nationalists in China US fear alliance between USSR and.
T HE K OREAN W AR “The Forgotten War”. I N THE BEGINNING … Japan had annexed Korea in 1910 until August th Parallel: Surrender to the Soviets.
Fell to Communism in 1949 Leader: Mao Zedong Won by promising to feed the people of China Х Jiang Jieshi – supported by the United States Х US unwilling.
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Korea was divided at the 38 th parallel after WWII North Korea was occupied by Soviet Union America occupied South Korea Division was.
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