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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 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 m/topics/korean- war/videos/truman- sacks-general- macarthur
Sept. 1950Sept-Oct Nov Jan. 1951
Cease Fire June 23, 1951 by Soviets Signed July th parallel & demilitarized zone
N-WAR/VIDEOS Life in the 50’s
HTTPS://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TJ OXI0E7ZGO War Games
Communism in China and the Korean War. Nationalists versus Communists (civil war), NationalistsCommunists -led by Chiang Kai-shek -ruled in.
The Chinese Civil War & the “Forgotten War”
Chap 26 sec 2 © Shawn McCusker Wars fought around the world increased tension between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. China Korea.
The Cold War Heats Up Chapter 18 – 2. China Becomes a Communist Country For two decades, Chinese Communist had struggled against the Nationalist government.
Chinese Civil War & Korean War. Chinese Civil War Chiang Kai-shek Chiang Kai-shek Unified the Nationalists in southern China Unified the Nationalists.
Tensions During the 1940s, political tensions were building in Korea Japan had ruled Korea from , but had been driven out by the United States.
The Cold War China. Nationalist vs. Communist Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai- shek) Leader Mao Zedong Southern China Area Ruled Northern China United States.
Chapter 19 Section 3 The Cold War Turns Hot. Communist Victory in China A revolution in 1911 left China a chaotic republic Upset with the republic and.
The Cold War Begins Section 3 Communism Spreads in East Asia.
Cold War Heats Up. Chinese Communist Revolution a.In China, there had been a long battle for control between the Nationalists and the Communists. b.During.
United States History The Cold War Conflicts The Cold War
Chapter 26 The Cold War Begins Section 2 The Early Cold War Years.
The Cold War. What was the Cold War? The Cold War (1945 – 1990) was a period of conflict and tension between the US and USSR that began after World War.
Nation-Building in East Asia and the Pacific Rim.
Ch.18.3 Communism Spreads in East Asia. China’s Communist Revolution Mao Zedong Support of peasants Land for poor Conquered Tibet in 1950.
Occupations Japan under U.S. command for 7 years – MacArthur restructured the government and economy into a Western model Germany split into East and West.
The Cold War Heats Up Only 5 years after World War II ended, the U.S. became involved in a war in Korea, to halt communism. The enemy was not Russia but.
The Korean War June 25th, July 27th, 1953.
Korea and Vietnam Fights between East and West. Korean War After WWII, Korea divided along 38 th Parallel North: Communist South: Democratic Soviets.
COLD WAR CONFLICTS U.S vs. U.S.S.R.. ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR After being Allies during WWII, the U.S. and U.S.S.R. soon viewed each other with increasing.
The Korean War Project The Korean War By: T.Searcy (***) P.Patel C Period.
Election of 1948 Rep. Control Congress Rep. – Tom Dewey – moderate Democrats Split –Harry S. Truman –Strom Thurmond –Henry A. Wallace.
The Cold War. TO INCREASE MILITARY DEFENSE NATO & THE WARSAW PACT=
Rise of Communism in China Communist Timeline. Rise of Nationalist Party Sun Yat-sen Sun Yat-sen –Father of Modern China – Led revolution ending.
Cold War Conflicts The Cold War and the danger of nuclear war define international affairs, especially after the Korean War. Fear of communism in the U.S.
The Early Cold War: The Early Cold War: Chapter 26.
The Korean War By Jacob Rittgers and Chris Dawson.
The Cold War Begins Early 1951 January – April: U.S. 8 th Army pushes North Korean and Chinese forces back up the peninsula. January – April:
THE COLD WAR HEATS UP Unit 10 – Topic 2. A. Berlin Airlift ( ) Stalin ordered a blockade of West Berlin (inside Soviet- controlled East Germany)
World History II SOL Review Use these slides like flash cards to study for the SOL test WHII.11 – WHII.12.
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