The Nationalist Revolution in China, 1923–1928

The Nationalist Revolution in China, 1923–1928

written by C. Martin Wilbur, 1907-1997 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1984, originally published 1983), 242 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
This lively history of China's Nationalist revolution tells the story of a small group of Chinese patriots headed by Sun Yat-sen until his death in 1925. They mobilized men, money and propaganda to create a provincial base from which they launched a revolutionary military campaign to unify the country, end imperialist privilege, and bring the Kuomintang to power.
Field of Interest
Global Issues
Author
C. Martin Wilbur, 1907-1997
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Copyright Message
Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1983
Content Type
Book
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
1983
Page Count
242
Publication Year
1984
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Place Published / Released
Cambridge, England
Subject
Global Issues, Social Sciences, Violence and Repression, Chinese Revolution of 1911, Nationalism, Revolutions, Politics, History, Politics & Policy, Kuo Ming Tang, Communist Party, China, Chiang Kai-shek, 1887-1975, China, Chinese, 20th Century in World History (1914--2000)

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