Prepare an outline of the events in and around China from the “May 4 Movement” of 1919 to Mao Zedong’s ultimate victory in 1949.

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Prepare an outline of the events in and around China from the “May 4 Movement” of 1919 to Mao Zedong’s ultimate victory in 1949.

Prepare an outline of the events in and around China from the “May 4 Movement” of 1919 to Mao Zedong’s ultimate victory in 1949.

 

Revolution in China

Prepare an outline of the events in and around China from the “May 4 Movement” of 1919 to Mao Zedong’s ultimate victory in 1949.

Follow the outline with a 1000-word essay describing Mao’s movement and how it was able to emerge from a bloody and complicated three-way struggle among Japan Chiang Kai Shek’s Kuomintang and Mao’s own Communist party. Be sure to note how Mao’s powerful communist movement affected its “junior” partners in Vietnam and North Korea.

Be sure to cite three to five relevant peer-reviewed sources in support of your content. Use only peer-reviewed sources found in the Online Library or those provided in Topic Materials.

Topic 6 Materials: 20th Century Asia: Nationalism War and Revolution 1919-1949 –

Knight N. (2002). Working class power and state formation in Mao Zedong's thought 1931-1934. Journal Of Contemporary Asia 32(1) 29-46.

Gates R. (2012). Solving the “Manchurian Problem”: Uchida Yasuya and Japanese Foreign Affairs before the Second World War. Diplomacy & Statecraft 23(1) 23-43.

Grabowski R. (2007). Political Development and Growth: Japan until World War II. Journal Of The Asia Pacific Economy 12(4) 522-547. doi:10.1080/13547860701594186

Patterson W. R. (2008). BUSHIDO’S ROLE IN THE GROWTH OF PRE-WORLD WAR II JAPANESE NATIONALISM. Journal Of Asian Martial Arts 17(3) 8-21.

Palmer B. (2007). Imperial Japan's Preparations to Conscript Koreans as Soldiers 1942-1945. Korean Studies 31(1) 63-78.

Varma P. K. (2009). Citizen India: The Many Are One. World Policy Journal 26(1) 45-52. http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=37194609&site=ehost-live&scope=site

Gal A. & Lubelsky I. (2008). The Disintegration of the British Empire and the Nationalist Cases of India and Israel: A Comparative Analysis. Israel Affairs 14(2) 165-183.

Ravi S. (2008). Modernity Imperialism and the Pleasures of Travel: The Continental Hotel in Saigon. Asian Studies Review 32(4) 475-490.

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