Presentation on theme: "SPENCER VIEIRA CHIANG KAI-SHEK. In contrast to Sun Yat-sen, Chiang Kai- shek had received nearly all of his education in China and had a far greater appreciation."— Presentation transcript:
In contrast to Sun Yat-sen, Chiang Kai- shek had received nearly all of his education in China and had a far greater appreciation of Chinese classical studies and values. He traveled abroad for only brief periods, principally to Japan and the Soviet Union. Although also a Christian, Chiang Kai-shek has never ceased to cherish and encourage Confucian values.
Chaing lead many armies such as the nationalist army which had success against communist Chiang's Nationalists engaged in a long standing civil war with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). After the Japanese surrender in 1945, he attempted to eradicate the CCPcivil warChinese Communist Party
Hear is a picture of the prisoners of the communist that were captured this is the Japanese dance
(born Oct. 31, 1887, Zhejiang, China—died April 5, 1975, Taipei, Taiwan) Head of the Nationalist government in China (1928–49) and later in Taiwan (1949–75). After receiving military training in Tokyo, in 1918 he joined Sun Yat-sen, leader of the Nationalist Party, which was trying to consolidate control over a nation in chaos.Sun Yat-senNationalist Party Chiang served in the Japanese army from 1909 to 1911. Chiang had a lot of experience in the army making him fierce commander. Chiang was married at a young age to Madam(Soong Meiling
The big three agreed to Chiang Kai-shek's request as head of the Chinese Nationalist government that Taiwan be "returned to China.“ Chiang was very involved with the American forces becoming ally’s making them a hard country too be defeated by communist
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Chiang was involved with many alleys with the American forces making him a fierce and powerful man
For a while, it was Chiang's government in Taiwan that sat as China's representative in the United Nations. Gradually though, the world recognized reality and dropped its support for Chiang. Chiang latter was prosecuted and later died and was.remembered as a great leader and was looked upon by many forces