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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
HTTP://WWW.HISTORY.COM/TOPICS/KOREA N-WAR/VIDEOS Life in the 50’s
HTTPS://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TJ OXI0E7ZGO War Games
Chap 26 sec 2 © Shawn McCusker Wars fought around the world increased tension between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. China Korea.
Chinese Civil War & Korean War. Chinese Civil War Chiang Kai-shek Chiang Kai-shek Unified the Nationalists in southern China Unified the Nationalists.
Chiang Kai-Shek China/Taiwan Democracy Led Chinese nationalists against Chinese communists in the Chinese Civil War. When the communists took over China,
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”
1. WHICH SIDE DID THE UNITED STATES SUPPORT AND WHY?
Chapter 18 Section 2 The Cold War Heats Up.
Drill – Is it okay to use torture during times of war? If so, what types of torture and for what reasons? If not, why not? 2. Article - waterboarding.
November 10, 2010 How did the U.S. interventions in Asia affect Americans? What caused a renewed Civil War in China? What was the outcome of this war?
January 28, New Seating Chart 2.Unit VI Introduction- The Early Cold War and the 1950’s 3.The Cold War: Introduction Video 4.Vocab: 26.1 The Cold.
The Korean Conflict Ch 18-2.
The Korean War Presentation by Mr. Hataway Created January 29, 2003 Revised February 23, 2005 Revised March 3, 2011.
Communism Spreads in East Asia
After World War II, China became a communist nation and Korea was split into a communist north and democratic south. MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW Ongoing.
The Cold War Heats Up Chapter 18.2 pages
COLD WAR PROXY WARS – KOREA AND VIETNAM. KOREAN WAR -Containment-
The Cold War Heats Up. Nationalists Communists Chiang Kai-shek Supported by the U.S. Some questionable activities Mao Zedong Helped peasants Started to.
Do-Now Apr. 20, 2015 Pick up timeline handout On your do now sheet, answer the question: What is NATO, and What is the Warsaw Pact? Objectives: SWBAT identify.
Korean War Chart “The Forgotten War”. Causes Cold War Communist revolution in China (U.S. supported Chiang Kai-shek and Nationalists)
Today’s Agenda Lecture and Notes Activities – 38 th Parallel Foldable (Korea) – Korean Reading Activity Vocabulary – Mao Zedong – Cultural Revolution –
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